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The Art of the Deal
The Art of the Deal
July 31, 2005
Leaning back in his leather-chaired office tucked away in his gallery on St. Mary's Road, the modestly suited David Loch looks more like an insurance broker than the man who bought Paul Kane's Scene from the Northwest for Lord Thomson for $5.0 million in 2002, the highest amount ever paid for a Canadian painting. This May, during the high-end spring auction season, he gained national attention for record-setting bids of more than $550,000 for an oil sketch of Mount Robson by Lawren Harris and $388,300 for the same artist's sketch of Clyde Inlet, Baffin Island. He also represents two of Winnipeg's best-known artists, Ivan Eyre and Leo Mol. Then there's the man's love of Pooh.
The Art of Salesmanship
The Art of Salesmanship
November 28, 2004
Toronto Star. Toronto, Ont.: Nov 28, 2004. pg. A.03 by Andrew Mills By the time lot 12 came up at Heffel's art auction Thursday night, David Loch had moved his chair to the middle of the aisle for an uninterrupted view of the auctioneer. Bidding on the large winter scene by Kurelek opened at $40,000 and, though the action was at the front of the hotel ballroom, the auctioneer's gaze rarely strayed from Loch, who was refusing to bid, some 20 rows away. Unflinching, Loch stared back, his cellphone pressed hard to his right ear. "85 up front. 90. 95. Okay," Loch calmly told the client on the other end of the phone, lifting his paddle no higher than his head to bid $100,000. "We're in now."
$5,062,500; A rare painting by Paul Kane sets a new record for Canadian Art
$5.0 Million; A rare painting by Paul Kane sets a new record for Canadian Art
February 26, 2002
As the gavel fell last night, the crowd of 500 in the sweltering room erupted in a round of applause. Fierce bidding for Kane's Scene In The Northwest- Portrait, executed in the winter of 1845-46, reached $4.6 million in a three- way duel among two American buyers on the telephone and Winnipeg art dealer David Loch, who bid with a subtle nod of the head from the back of the room. A fourth buyer dropped out of the bidding at $900,000. When the dust settled, Loch- who's known to represent media mogul Ken Thomson at art auctions- got the prize. Adding in the buyer's premium (15 per cent on the first $50,000 and 10 per cent on the remainder), Kane's portrait will actually cost $5,062,500- 10 times its pre-sale estimate.

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Dr. Roberta Bondar
Dr. ROBERTA BONDAR RECEIVES THE COMPANION OF THE ORDER OF CANADA
July 7, 2018
Loch Gallery would like to congratulate Dr.Roberta Bondar on the honour of bring appointed to the highest order of merit as a Companion of the Order of Canada. Dr. Bondar is recognized "for her contributions to our awareness of environmental sustainability as an educator, patron and internationally recognized photographer, and for her pioneering work in space medicine research." The Governor General of Canada:https://www.gg.ca/document.aspx?id=17122&lan=eng
Port-Kent by Tony Luciani
Tony Luciani Tedx Talk "A Visual Diary: On Dementia & Caregiving"
June 23, 2018
Loch Gallery would like to congratulate Tony Luciani on his recent Tedx Talk "A Visual Diary: On Dementia & Caregiving" that took place in Boston on May 4, 2018. His engaging speech took the audience on a journey and walk in the footsteps of a person living with dementia. Please click here for a link to the video.
Of Fire and Stone by W. David Ward
W. David Ward "Eyes of Society: Art, Traditional Knowledge, and the Watchmen of Haida Gwaii"
May 19, 2018
The Loch Gallery would like to congratulate W. David Ward on his participation in the upcoming group exhibition Eyes of Society: Art, Traditional Knowledge, and the Watchmen of Haida Gwaii at the Robert Bateman Centre, Victoria BC. The exhibition opens June 15th, 2018 and runs through to September 30th, 2018.
Tony Luciani: MAMMA In The Meantime
Tony Luciani: MAMMA In The Meantime
March 2, 2018
Loch Gallery is delighted to announce Tony Luciani's exhibition "MAMMA In The Meantime", presented by Villa Charities with support from the Alzheimer Society of Grey-Bruce and the Istituto Italiano di Cultura, Toronto. Tony's work will be on display until April 3 at the Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery in the Columbus Centre.
SHANNON CRAIG MORPHEW: Featured in the Dulwich Picture Gallery's "In View" magaz
SHANNON CRAIG MORPHEW: Featured in the Dulwich Picture Gallery's "In View" magazine
January 20, 2018
Loch Gallery is delighted to announce that Shannon Craig Morphew will be featured in the Spring issue of “In View” magazine, published by the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, UK. The article coincides with the opening of their much-anticipated February exhibition highlighting the work of Canadian artist David Milne. In addition to Morphew, “In View” selected fellow Canadians Kim Dorland and Gregory Hardy who, like Milne, are influenced by the natural world. Congratulations Shannon!
John Hall: Travelling Light A forty-five-year survey of paintings
JOHN HALL: TRAVELLING LIGHT A FORTY-FIVE YEAR SURVEY OF PAINTINGS
January 28, 2017
Loch Gallery congratulates John Hall on his retrospective exhibition, John Hall:Travelling Light A forty-five-year survey of paintings, which opens at the Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary on January 26th. Organized by the Kelowna Art Gallery in collaboration with the Nickle Galleries, the exhibition runs January 26 - April 29, 2017. John Hall is renowned as a painter of detailed, highly realistic works that reflect his travel, relationships and stuff of life.
Dr. Roberta Bondar
ROBERTA BONDAR CELEBRATES THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF DISCOVERY SHUTTLE MISSION!
January 26, 2017
Loch Gallery would like to wish Roberta Bondar a Happy Anniversary! It's been 25 years since Canada's first female astronaut aboard the space shuttle Discovery launched into space! Mansbridge One on One:  http://www.cbc.ca/player/play/859738179823 CBC: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/roberta-bondar-anniversary-space-shuttle-1.3944669
W. David Ward'S PASSAGE TO THE NORTHWEST in Rideau Hall
'PASSAGE TO THE NORTHWEST' BY W. DAVID WARD AT HOME IN RIDEAU HALL
August 17, 2016
            Loch Gallery is happy  to announce the acquisition of W. David Ward's arctic landscape painting, 'Passage To The Northwest', by "The Crown Collection" - Official Residences of the Governor General of Canada. W. David Ward PASSSAGE TO THE NORTHWEST  2014 Acrylic on canvas 19 ⅝" x 22 ⅝"
Patrick & Brigitte (Photo by Michael Shapiro)
PRIDE OF CANADA CAROUSEL BY PATRICK AMIOT: PUBLIC OPENING ON CANADA DAY
June 30, 2016
Spurred on by the success of his work in Canada and the United States along with the enthusiasm of his Sonoma County residence, Patrick Amiot has demonstrated a determination to go bigger and wilder with each new challenge.
MONUMENTAL MOUNTIE ARRIVES AT LOCH GALLERY TORONTO
May 28, 2016
Loch Gallery is thrilled with the arrival of Patrick Amiot’s newest sculpture to be installed in front of the gallery at 16 Hazelton Avenue, a larger than life Canadian Mountie made of recycled materials. Originally from Montreal, artistic duo Patrick Amiot and his wife, Bridgette Laurent have been based in California for amost two decades. They have created a reputation as the Michelangelo’s of recycled art by animating their adopted community with over 300 large-scale outdoor sculptures. The Mountie towers 15 feet high and is made from an assortment of recycled materials recuperated by Patrick and Bridgette who are on a constant search for objects with an inherent shape to realize these creations.

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