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Lynda Gagnon

Joined Artfinder: July 2019

Artworks for sale: 66

(6)

Canada

About Lynda Gagnon

 
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  • Biography
    Lynda Gagnon completed a Fine Arts program and studied graphic design in British Columbia, Canada. She also studied in multimedia technology, English literature and translation at McGill University. Lynda lives in Montreal and held positions as a a web project manager and designer. Lynda led children's art workshops for the Faculté Saint-Jean in Edmonton, Alberta. Her paintings are part of private collections in Canada (Quebec, Alberta, Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick), the United States (New York, Ohio, Tennessee, California, Mississippi, Arizona, Massachusetts) and Europe (France, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Germany).

    "Inspired by philosophy, anthropology, psychology and the environment, my artistic approach consists of slowing down, grasping, scrutinizing, analyzing, absorbing, deconstructing and reconstructing to better express the beauty and the complexity of life.
    The acrylic paint hues and tones of my paintings express the emotions linked to the way I view the world."





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  • Education

    1998 - 1999

    Multimedia

    1985 - 1986

    Graphic Design

    1982 - 1984

    Beaux-arts / Fine Arts

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Professional Plan
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Education

1998 - 1999

Multimedia

1985 - 1986

Graphic Design

1982 - 1984

Beaux-arts / Fine Arts


There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

Lynda Gagnon completed a Fine Arts program and studied graphic design in British Columbia, Canada. She also studied in multimedia technology, English literature and translation at McGill University. Lynda lives in Montreal and held positions as a a web project manager and designer. Lynda led children's art workshops for the Faculté Saint-Jean in Edmonton, Alberta. Her paintings are part of private collections in Canada (Quebec, Alberta, Ontario, British Columbia, New Brunswick), the United States (New York, Ohio, Tennessee, California, Mississippi, Arizona, Massachusetts) and Europe (France, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Germany).

"Inspired by philosophy, anthropology, psychology and the environment, my artistic approach consists of slowing down, grasping, scrutinizing, analyzing, absorbing, deconstructing and reconstructing to better express the beauty and the complexity of life.
The acrylic paint hues and tones of my paintings express the emotions linked to the way I view the world."





 
 
 
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