Donna Brown Artist
Painter, contemporary style- acrylic, oil, cold wax, mixed media.
Still life, abstracts, landscapes, trees, portraits.
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Curriculum Vitae

Donna Cheryl Brown

Juried and Solo Shows

  • Society of Canadian Artists 2017 Juried Online International Show, www.societyofcanadianartist.com  - 3/15 to 6/15, 2017
  • 'Contemporary Abstraction' City Hall, Ottawa – Juried Group Show, July - Sept., 2016
  • Society of Canadian Artists 2015 Online Juried Art Show – April 1 – July 15, 2015  
  • 'Holly and Ivy tiArts Fair 2014' Nov.15 and Nov.16 Location:Caigers Resort on the 1000 Island Parkway)
  • Cube Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario ‘Warmth’, Juried Show: January 28-March 2, 2014 www.cubegallery.ca
  • The Lounge Gallery, Domino Theatre, solos show June 13 – June 29th, 2012
  • Wellington Street Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario May/June, 2012 Two person, Anne Barkley: ‘Old Friends- New Work'
  • ART 2009, Convention Center, Toronto, June 12-14, 2009
  • Kingston Art Council Juried Show, May 2008, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002.
  • Kingston Economic Development Building, Brock Street, Kingston, December, 2008, solo show.
  • Painting and Palette Juried Show, Feb. 2003, Nutall Gallery, Gananoque, Ontario
  • North County Regional Juried art Show, Gibson Gallery, Potsdam, N.Y., July-Sept, 2003
  • The Gallery at the Playhouse, Gananoque, Juried Show, Oct., 2003
  • North County Regional Juried Art Show, Gibson Gallery, Potsdam, N.Y., July-August, 2002
  • Princess Court Theatre, Kingston Ontario, solo show, Lobby and Theatre, October 2001-April 2002.
  • “Y2K” 2nd Regional KAAI Juried Exhibition, Jan.- Feb. 200

Group Shows   Organization of Kingston Women's Artists Show Oct. 1-28, 2016  Tett Centre, Kingston

  • 'Art and Parcel Holiday Show' Ottawa Art Gallery (2 Daly Street, Ottawa) Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, 2016  
  • Organization of Kingston Women's Artists Show Oct. 1-28, 2016  Tett Centre, Kingston
  • 'Art and Parcel Holiday Show' Ottawa Art Gallery (2 Daly Street, Ottawa) Dec. 2015 to Jan.2016
  • Organization of Kingston Women Artists (OKWA) Tett Centre, Kingston, November 2015
  • Pontiac Artist Residency (July 20-24) PAC Show,*** Gallery, July/August 2015
  • OKWA, Winter Show at the Window Art Gallery, Kingston, Feb.,2015
  • 'Art and Parcel Holiday Show' Ottawa Art Gallery (2 Daly Street, Ottawa) November 22, 2014 to Jan.15, 2015
  • 'Winter Delights' Ottawa Art Gallery Nov.13, 2013 to Jan.18, 2014 
  • Portrait Perspectives’ Frameworks Gallery, April, 2009, by invitation.
  • ‘Art After Dark’ studio tour, at Sydenham Street Studios, Kingston, ongoing twice yearly,  May and September, 2008 to 2016
  • Brockville Arts Centre, Thousand Island Fine Arts Association Group Show, Sept, 2004
  • TIFAA Annual Show and Sale – Rockport Recreation Hall, July of 1998 – 2005
  • ‘Brave Art/New Visions’ – Brockville Arts Centre, January 2002
  • Cornwall Regional Art Gallery, August, 2000 Selected Work, TIFAA
  • Grand Theatre Lobby, Kingston, On. Donna Brown/ Kathrine Christensen, August, 2000
  • Faculty Women’s Club, Queen’s University, ‘Tea and the Arts’,  May 1999, May 2000,
  • Addington Fine art Gallery, Napanee, Invitational Exhibition and Sale, December 1999, Dec. 1998
  • Mulberry Grange Invitational Exhibition and Sale, Harrowsmith, On. October, 1999
  • Glenburnie Studio Exhibition, Wilson Room, Kingston Public Library, August 1998
  • Four person show, ‘Four Art’, Wilson Room, Kingston Public Library, June 1998

Arts Education

  • 1995 and onwards – Art workshops and classes with Andrea Mossop, Janice Mason Steeves, Hugh Mackenzie, Lila Lewis Irving, Claudia McCabe, Arne Westerman, Carla O’Conner, Frank Webb, Brian Atyeo, Louis Lechance Legault, Karen Rosasco, and others.
  • Fine Arts Certificate with Distinction, St. Lawrence College, Brockville, On.(1995 –1999)
  • 1994-1995 – study with Eileen Raucher-Sutton, Edmonton, Alberta
  • 1977 – 1994 Fine art Classes at University of Alberta, Dept. of Extension
  • Worldwide travel since 1967, Art Gallery visits throughout my life.
  • Personal creative exploration (which I believe is the most important thing).
  • 1953 – A series of weekly classes at the Edmonton Art Gallery, the one chosen by my Grade Two teacher.

Galleries