Gordon Leverton

Gordon Leverton

“While the use of light and shadow leans toward American realist legend Edward Hopper, Mr. Leverton's unconventional "macro view" forces foreground and background to become indistinguishable, which creates abstraction… that celebrate the forgotten and mundane pieces of domestic life.”

Dave LeBlanc, The Globe and Mail

Gordon Leverton is a member of several guilds and artist groups including Hamilton Artists Inc. and Hamilton Arts Council, as well as an elected member of The Society of Canadian Artists. He currently sits on the McMaster Children’s Hospital art advisory committee and is a founding member of the West Hamilton Artists Tour.

A self-taught artist, Gordon's previous occupations - as musician, writer, and entrepreneur - have helped form his art direction; that of urban landscape and architectural design. Born in the farm-belt community of Chatham, Ontario, his years in the rural southwest gave him a unique perspective on the body of this work.

Gordon was awarded an honourable mention award at the 2014 juried Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, and has received first place awards in the Junction Juried Art Exhibition and the Riverdale Art Walk in Toronto. His work is in many corporate and private collections, including the City of Toronto, actress CCH Pounder, and founding chairman of the National Museum of American History, Dr. Ivan Selin. He has recently completed an ad campaign for FirstOntario Credit Union, which feature prominently in their 34 branches. Press coverage includes spots on CH-TV, CBC Nightly News, Global News at Six, Hamilton Spectator and the Globe and Mail.

Gordon makes his home in Hamilton, Ontario with his wife Nancy and two children.

“While the use of light and shadow leans toward American realist legend Edward Hopper, Mr. Leverton's unconventional "macro view" forces foreground and background to become indistinguishable, which creates abstraction… that celebrate the forgotten and mundane pieces of domestic life.”

Dave LeBlanc, The Globe and Mail

Gordon Leverton is a member of several guilds and artist groups including Hamilton Artists Inc. and Hamilton Arts Council, as well as an elected member of The Society of Canadian Artists. He currently sits on the McMaster Children’s Hospital art advisory committee and is a founding member of the West Hamilton Artists Tour.

A self-taught artist, Gordon's previous occupations - as musician, writer, and entrepreneur - have helped form his art direction; that of urban landscape and architectural design. Born in the farm-belt community of Chatham, Ontario, his years in the rural southwest gave him a unique perspective on the body of this work.

Gordon was awarded an honourable mention award at the 2014 juried Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, and has received first place awards in the Junction Juried Art Exhibition and the Riverdale Art Walk in Toronto. His work is in many corporate and private collections, including the City of Toronto, actress CCH Pounder, and founding chairman of the National Museum of American History, Dr. Ivan Selin. He has recently completed an ad campaign for FirstOntario Credit Union, which feature prominently in their 34 branches. Press coverage includes spots on CH-TV, CBC Nightly News, Global News at Six, Hamilton Spectator and the Globe and Mail.

Gordon makes his home in Hamilton, Ontario with his wife Nancy and two children.