Born and raised in Prince Albert, I am fascinated with the complexities of people, awed by nature, and very aware of the energies of my experiences. Painting since childhood, it is what I speak about with my art: reflections of a rich myriad of moments. Working primarily in acrylic, I also enjoy playing with other mediums and new techniques.
Helen lives at Candle Lake and takes the energy for her paintings from the water and forests around her. She works primarily in acrylics, but does some watercolour. Her aim is to capture the soft hues and contrasting light and dark of nature.
Bonnie lives in the rural Prince Albert area and loves spending time at northern lakes. She loves capturing nature’s ever changing moods in her paintings as well as the character and movement of animals, birds and people. Bonnie is primarily an oil painter but also paints in watercolour and ink, and acrylics.
Annette loves working in her newest medium, pyrography, in addition to watercolour, oil, acrylic, ink and charcoal. Subjects are varied but often include wildlife, pets, florals, farm themes, and landscapes. She also designs and hand knits lacy shawls and wraps.
Annette has been living in Prince Albert since 1990. her family has strong ties to the Shell Lake area. Annette has been a member of the Kyla Art Group since 2005.
Jack is a founding member of the Kyla Art Group. He works in cast paper, oils, acrylics, and watercolour. His most recent project is a cartoon book entitled "Jack Jensen's Industrial Strength Wit and Wisdom"
Linda Jensen is a founding member of the Kyla Art Group. Her paintings depict the landscape and flowers in her native province, Saskatchewan. She particularly loves the scenery of the Boreal Forest and the lake country. Throughout the years, she has displayed her work at galleries and gift shops around the province and at the annual Kyla Art Show and Sale in Prince Albert.
Born and raised in Prince Albert, Rachel has always had a love for art and craft. While continuing to explore various mediums, she loves the freedom and challenge of the fibre arts - mainly felting and botanical printing. The intrigue of natural materials, and traditional craft has let to a self taught, trial error approach. Taking time, planning, and patience has changed her view on art, as well as life.
Mary is enjoying her 4th year exhibiting with the Kyla Art Group. Mary is also a member of the Aurora Art Group, and Studio 1010 Art Group in Prince Albert. Her subject matter ranges from portraitures, landscapes, still life and abstract.
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An early member of the Kyla Group of artists, Grant has over the years worked in a variety of media, from large murals to small watercolours and silk screen prints.
Most recently working in acrylic and encaustic.
Primarily a landscape painter, the human experience is often evident.
I live iin Prince Albert with my husband John and my four children. Ten years ago, I decided to take my art to the next level and start working more seriously to become a professional level artist. I learn from experience and experimentation. I work mainly with acrylics, but experiment with many different mediums. My inspiration comes from many different places - nature, my dreams, literature, politics, religion, life. I aspire to create imaginative, textured pieces that bring the viewer a little closer and feeds their minds with conversation.
I enjoy family visits, hiking, canoeing, and lazing about in the forest near open water. Retiring from my day jobs in 2006 I have developed my skill in artistic woodturning, encaustic painting, alcohol ink and photography. Surely you will find some art work in the show that appeals to you for your personal pleasure or for gifts to family and friends.