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ANGELA K. LYNCH

 

ARTS EDUCATION

  • Workshops: D. Cavin, D. Mays, P. Holancin, J. Mol, M. Roseman, DD Gadjanski, E. Gibson,   J. Geard, A. Cunanan, B. Amirault, C. McCabe, D. McEown, B. Atyeo, 2005-2010

  • Courses:  Haliburton School of the Arts (w/c) Haliburton, Ontario 2008; Blue Mountain School of Landscape Painting (w/c), Thornbury, Ontario 2006-2009; Burnhamthorpe Collegiate (Watercolour) Toronto, Ontario 2005-2007

JURIED EXHIBITIONS

  • Humber Valley Art Club, Toronto, Ontario 2006-2009

  • Toronto Watercolour Society, Toronto, Ontario 2009, 2010

NON-JURIED EXHIBITIONS

  • Lynch Group of Companies, Mississauga 2008

  • Gallery in the Garden, Sherway Gardens, Toronto 2009

  • Nuit Blanche, 401 Richmond, Toronto 2009

  • Humber Valley Art Club, Toronto 2005-2010

  • Bloor West Village Studio Tour, 2010

AWARDS

  • Honourable Mention, Humber Valley Art Club Juried Show, Toronto, Ontario 2009

  • Honourable Mention, Humber Valley Art Club Juried Show, Toronto, Ontario 2007

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

  • President Humber Valley Art Club, Toronto, Ontario

  • Associated Member Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour, Toronto, Ontario

  • Toronto Watercolour Society, Toronto, Ontario

OTHER

  • Private Instruction, National Fluid Power Association, Laguna Beach, California 2010

ARTISTíS STATEMENT

Primarily a self-taught painter, I have had the pleasure of painting with, and learning from some of Canada’s finest painters.  Beginning in watercolour was the most natural and comfortable medium for me as it had always attracted my eye.  While translucency and flow of paint and water is unmatched in other mediums, it is the unexpected and unpredictability that makes watercolour exciting and challenging.  There is also a desire and curiosity to explore new territory which I am currently doing in acrylic.  It is my hope to expand the landscape onto paper and canvas as emotional statements and expressions of how I see nature.

Angela K. Lynch
October 2010