Gloria Blatt 

a graduate of the prestigious Communications and Design program at the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD), is an accomplished and highly regarded abstract artist. Born in Toronto, Canada, she is inspired by the dynamic and fast paced city that has provided a backdrop for many of her pieces. Her style has evolved over the years into abstracts that are colourful, textured and dramatically vibrant.


Gloria expresses incredible movement and energy on canvas, giving life to the most extraordinarily created natural and urban settings. Aside from the inspiration she gains from her own city and travels, Gloria’s style of art speaks to her favourite artists: Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Rothko, Haring and Bush.


Behind the scenes of each one of Gloria’s paintings is her talent for choosing and mixing colours, textures, and different types of paint (acrylic, oil, spray paint, enamels) so that each canvas is truly unique. Buyers and collectors of her work admire the bold colours and free flowing designs that have come to represent Gloria Blatt’s signature style. 


Private and Public Collections:

  • University of Toronto Robarts Library (selected by Jonathan Bengston- Associate University Librarian for Scholarly Resources)

  • Private North American offices and buildings including medical and legal practices, and on display in public areas of hotel and apartment complexes

  • Art on display at PI Fine Art and Arta Gallery in Toronto



  • February 20-23, 2020. The Artist Project 2020 - Toronto.

  • February 21-24, 2019. The Artist Project 2019 - Toronto.

  • February 22-25, 2018. The Artist Project 2018 - Toronto.

  • August 18, 19 & 20, ArtWalk in the Square 2017 – Toronto.

  • February 23-26, 2017. The Artist Project 2017 – Toronto.

  • September 15, 2006. ‘Gloria Blatt Vernissage.’ Joseph Thomas Galleries, New York City


Book Cover:

  • Jennifer Chambers. “Diversity and Change in Early Canadian Women’s Writing.” 2004. Piece: ‘Unsung Heroes’


Online Galleries:

  • Minted

Media Coverage:

  • Huffington Post: ‘Buying Art Online is Here to Stay,’ September 11, 2013