Item 780-18

Oil on Canvas - "Pink Killarney" Signed by Canadian Artist Lynne Schumacher - Canvas Wrapped - Textured application of paint imparts dimension to the pink granite rock - 18" W x 24" H
Lynne Schumacher
Lynne was born Toronto, 1950 and started painting at an early age. She studied commercial art at Central Technical School under Doris McCarthy before turning her attention to landscape painting. Many hundreds of hours were spent in the Northern Ontario forests researching, sketching, photographing and painting her subjects. A considerable amount of her childhood was also spent in Nova Scotia where she developed a love for the sea and the Maritime way of life.
Her paintings operate on many levels involving form, colour, and place. They aim to visibly document her thoughts and try to express her vision, pulling the viewer into another world. Lately, her artistic visions have taken on a more abstracted quality, experimenting with different media and allowing her to develop new ideas.
Her previous work was based on close studies of trees, their many textures, moods and the effects of the various seasons upon them. She developed a great love and respect for nature and painstakingly applied paint to canvas to capture a startling realism and a boldness of colour and texture. Her landscapes show the wonderfully varied beauty of the Canadian land. In addition to landscape painting.  She has expanded her horizons to portray the rich diversity of her community in the people and their colourful cultural contributions to the Canadian mosaic.
She started exhibiting in 1973 at the Arts-in-the-Parks and then subsequently the Markham Art Show, Carling’s Art Show, Toronto City Hall and many other annual group shows in the Toronto area. She has participated in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Kempenfest in Barrie, the Muskoka Art Show, the Junction Arts Festival, the Distillery District Arts Festival, the Burlington Art Market and the University of Guelph Art Exhibition.
Her paintings enhance the collections of numerous private and corporate collectors throughout Ontario, and indeed, across Canada. Her works are included in the collections of the Royal Bank of Canada, Sunnybrook and Womens College Hospital and Imperial Oil. The Royal Bank of Canada hosted a reception where her works were featured in a one woman show.
She has received various letters of commendation from noted Canadian galleries. She has been written up in the Toronto Globe and Mail, the Mississauga Times and the Brampton Guardian. She has won first place awards at the Haliburton Art show and the Canadian National Exhibition. Recently, one of her watercolours won a first place in the still life category at the Colour and Form Society juried show.
Her recent entries to juried shows include:
Peel Juried Art Show – 2004, Visual Arts Mississauga Juried Art Show 2005, Etobicoke Arts Group Juried Art Show 2005, Colour and Form Society Juried Art Shows Spring and Fall, Lakeshore Arts Juried Art Show 2006, Caledon Town Hall 2006, Beaux Arts Brampton Christmas 2006, Neilson Park Creative Centre Winter Show 2007
She was a member of Beaux Arts Bramp, Visual Arts Brampton, Visual Arts Mississauga, the Etobicoke Arts Group, Neilsen Park Creative Centre and the Guelph Arts Festival.

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