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Bonnie Giesbrecht has been an artist and educator for the last 30 years. She received her art education at the University of Alberta.
Bonnie creates art in a variety of mediums but predominantly use alcohol ink or acrylic paint on a variety of substrates to create representational pieces reflecting her love of flowers, nature and the Canadian landscape. She loves the many and varied colours of the sky and the plants that declare God’s majestic handiwork. Bonnie often uses collage and other mixed media elements to enhance her acrylic paintings. She doesn’t try to represent the objects or landscapes in a literal way but rather attempts to give an impression of mood, texture and colours. Bonnie accepts commissions for her work.
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Menno Giesbrecht is an emerging self-taught artist who has a background in developing industrial commercial spaces. He loves modern art and design, which is reflected in his non-representational, abstract art. The use of vivid colours gives his work vibrancy and vitality that is sought after by interior designers. His work is hanging in several commercial spaces in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Menno’s work is largely acrylic on metal substrates and has a very modern color-block flair. Menno accepts commissions for his work.
Ukrainian artist Tetiana Hrytsenko moved to Canada more then 15 years ago. She graduated art school and worked as a designer and has always found a way to be creative and out of the box, when it comes to anything in her day to day life. Later on she decided to put aside her passion and focus entirely on her four children, a full time job all on it’s own.
Since 2015 she has started painting again and started giving private lessons. In recent years her work has been exhibited in Canada, USA and Ukraine.
Tetiana is experiments with various techniques and is always trying to find a new way to create stunning art whether it’s landscapes or abstract and everything in between.
She mostly uses oils, acrylic and epoxy for her work, but now she mainly works in watercolors.
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