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Painting in the Haliburton Highlands
Achieving abundant awards throughout her lifetime, artist Lynda Moffatt is the 3rd generation of her family in the arts.
Her goal is
to honour and give legacy to her artistic ancestor’s her Father & her
The artist, grew up in Southern Ontario working with horses, then ventured to Florida to be a Vet Tech. Working as a Gallery Manager and learning the business side of the art world while studying oils under Harold Cooper of Wesleyan University, Ohio, who was also the founder of The New Albany Arts Council. Lynda, pursued many instructional classes, in portraiture, en plein air painting and studied Art Business.
Highlights from her art endeavours include; being given a grant to document to scale a 3-mast schooner for the Wisconsin Shipwreck Museum inclusive in their history books, while scuba diving and replacing the propeller as part of her research before returning to Canada. Once back home she created public murals throughout the City of Windsor with the Windsor Art Studio and a team of Artists. Restoring, Public Murals throughout the Town of Essex with her partner Kevin. Then, being commissioned to research & paint a mural for Fort Malden Museum, documented as a labour of love and the first of its kind in a Parliamentary building. The Rebellions 1837-38, was quite an undertaking while working with a designer from Ottawa and Parks Canada. Most recently, Juried in for the Featured, International Artist of the year Residency with Camelback Gallery (Aug. 2020 -2021) and being Featured as a Co-Author in the book Pursuit!365.
The artist has built a strong portfolio, including many private collections, in schools, businesses and private collectors. Having many followers and supporters on and off social media, Lynda continues to build her portfolio as she studies her love of nature & wildlife from her Southern Ontario home.
Making the trek up to Northern, Ontario to Algonquin Park and the Halliburton Highlands where her ancestor's settled. Lynda finds she needs to visit the area frequently and always feels her soul is rejuvenated after a trip of painting for her Algonquin Series.
Being, a member of many Art associations including the ECOAA, Galleries and Local community programs including being a Juror for the Chatham-Kent Art House Project. Lynda strives to help in the arts community to those who need support and/or guidance.
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