Paul Dyment is a seasoned expressionist painter based in Canada. He lives in an imaginarium emporium which is reflected in his work. He honed his craft under the tutelage of famed Canadian artists Gerald Scott and Telford Fenton in Toronto. While slinging back pints at the Brunswick House, they threw around oils, acrylics and experimented with all sorts of mediums, powders and liquids. In the 1970s, Paul co-founded the Hamilton Artists Inc (then called "The Co-op”) which is still alive and very much thriving today. His work continues to be shown throughout the country, and he now calls Bracebridge, Ontario home.