Resident Artists


Interested in becoming a Resident Artist at TAP? Apply for a Studio Residency!

Are you a recent graduate interested in a residency? Learn about our Emerging Artists Studio Program.

Studio 2B: Craig Guthrie

Resident Artist, Studio 2B

Craig Guthrie was born and raised in Guelph, Ontario. Early on Craig felt connected to nature, spending countless summers of his childhood fishing with his father around Georgian Bay and the Kawartha lakes.

Following four years of study in the the University of Windsor’s Fine Arts Acting program, Craig stepped behind the scenes and into the world of set design and scenic art. This path lead Craig to many scene shops throughout Ontario, including those in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Hamilton, Grand Bend, Stratford, and Toronto.

The last decade has been spent in the Forest City of London, Ontario which Craig, his husband Richard, and their cats Tina and Doug all call home.


Studio 2C: Anne Hamilton

Resident Artist, Studio 2C

Anne Hamilton is a London-born and raised artist who recently completed 3 years of the BealArt program. Anne has detailed memories going back to an early age, many of which involve food – due to her being a high-functioning autistic. It is these happy memories which inspires Anne’s art. She specifically focuses her art on memories of junk food such as candy, pop, and chocolate bars due to the bright colours and happy memories. Anne is also fascinated by translucency which has led her to creating resin sculptures of Life Savers and pop bottles.

Anne was welcomed to TAP in April 2018 through our Emerging Artists Studio Program -a fully-funded residency initiative supported by RBC Foundation and private donors.

Instagram: @annehamilton97

Studio 2D: Camille Intson

Resident Artist, Studio 2D

Camille Intson is a theatre and performance artist, writer, folk musician, liberal arts major, and freelance creative living and working in Southern Ontario.

As a playwright, her work has been recently featured at the Grand Theatre (London), Alumnae Theatre Company (Toronto), the Newmarket National Ten-Minute Play Festival (Newmarket), About Love: A Festival of Short Plays (Vancouver), and the Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival. She is most recently the winner of the 2017 NNPF National Playwriting Competition and 2018 Lillian Kroll Prize in Creative Writing, and currently works as a Co-Founding Artistic Director and Producer of ArtLaunch Theatre Company, based out of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Camille’s creative and academic interests include post-humanism and post-human ontology, performance art and theory (spec. digital performance art), queer and feminist theatre and theory, audiences and perception, the post-dramatic, film, and multimedia.
Twitter: @camilleintson
Instagram: @camilleintson 

Studio 2E: Rob Nelson

Resident Artist, Studio 2E

Saturday Night, The Look, Elm Street, Interview… these are just a few of the publication credits for the photographs of Rob Nelson. Living wherever the work takes him, Rob has spent time in New York, Montreal, Toronto, and everywhere in between in order to shoot notable faces such as Karen Kain, Prince Andrew, and musicians Basia Bulat and Olenka Krakus.

As a second generation photographer, Rob entered the darkroom at age eight and never looked back.

For more information on Rob, visit his site:

Studio 2F: Sebastian Di Trolio

Resident Artist, Studio 2F

Sebastian Di Trolio is a local film enthusiast and advocate for the appreciation of analogue moving image artistry. With a strong dedication to supporting and promoting media arts in the community, his particular interests include artisanal & avant garde filmmakers, experimental animation and subjects related to visual arts & the humanities. In addition, he maintains a significant and meticulously curated archive of 16mm film prints and rare resources.

Sebastian is currently the Chair and Co-Programmer of the London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA), through which he presents screenings, performances and workshops facilitated by visiting artists.

Both independently and through LOMAA, he has presented 40+ screenings in the community since 2012.

Studio 3A: Peter Kryshtalovich

Resident Artist, Studio 3A

The earliest visual influences on the artist’s work were l’Art Brut, l’Art Informel and Matter paintings – Antoni Tapies for example, as well as certain aspects of North American Abstract Expressionism – most particularly as reflected in Cy Twombly’s works.

Peter’s “Open Works” constitute an exploration of the symbolic and communicative power that we distill from texture and colour alone. His mixed media paintings typically incorporate some combination of sand, ashes, dust, chalk, marble dust, modelling paste, paper, cardboard and varnishes ­- coloured with raw pigments, acrylic paints, pencil, pencil crayon and watercolours.

Studio 3B: Davita Guslits

Resident Artist, Studio 3B

Davita Guslits wants to be painting while she’s at band practice, and while painting she wishes she was drumming. While drumming she wishes she was playing guitar. When in the middle of writing a riff with the lead singer of Never Betters, she wonders why she hasn’t filmed a weird video in a while. She rarely stays in one place for very long.

Instagram: @_davita_guslits_art_

Studio 3C: Anna Wilson

Resident Artist, Studio 3C

Anna Wilson is a London born artist who recently graduated from Western University’s Bachelor of Fine Art program. Anna found her love for drawing architecture when she discovered a book of drawings of Nova Scotia homes. She specializes in large scale architecture drawings that explore the relation between interior and exterior spaces.

Anna was welcomed to TAP in August 2018 through our Emerging Artists Studio Program -a fully-funded residency initiative supported by RBC Foundation and private donors.

Instagram: @anna_wilson_art