Current Artist: Donna Lynd

Current Artist: 9 February – 5 April

The paintings of Donna Lynd are on exhibit from Feburary 9, 2016 to April 5, 2016 at the Corridor Gallery, Mississippi Mills Public Library,  Almonte Branch, 155 High Street, Almonte, Ontario.  Individual exhibits will now run for two months at the Corridor Gallery.

Raised and educated in Saskatchewan, Donna’s teaching, her husband’s career and family travels have offered this artist inspiration and creative opportunities from the prairies to Ottawa, from the Caribbean to the suburbs and from Paris to Montreal.

Inspired by the forms and structures of Modigliani and encouraged by Van Gogh’s daring with colour, her work presents an emotional impact that challenges the viewer to share the experience. Extensive studies in figurative expressionism and especially the face and portraiture find unique expression in her work.

Donna is represented by Gallery Perth in Perth, Ontario and for the last few years exhibits regularly in juried shows such as The Prince Edward County Studio Tour, The Rideau Valley Art Festival, The New Art Festival in Ottawa and The Ottawa Art Expo.

Currently living in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Donna paints daily in her upstairs studio, shows her work in her home gallery, The Drawing Room and teaches workshops in the lower floor studio 35 Below.

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The Corridor Gallery is a small, public gallery that has been in operation at the Library since 1997 with the enthusiastic support of the CEO/Chief Librarian, staff and patrons. Colourful and engaging displays are changed on a monthly basis featuring the work of emerging and established artists from the Ottawa Valley and beyond. Curators of the Gallery are Barbara Cotterill and Ann Jezewski.

We welcome expressions of interest from artists who are invited to contact the curators by email. Click here for details of how to apply.

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