Artists' Biographies

Jane Hunter Biography

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Jane Hunter Biography

Jane Hunter is a native of Sarnia and has painted in watercolours for over 40 years.  She is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art 
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Lynne "Kenneith" Brogden

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Lynne "Kenneith" Brogden is currently Chair of the Board of Directors of The Lawrence House Centre for the Arts, President of the Sarnia-Lambton Arts Council and holds a B.Sc. from University of Toronto. In high school, she won a scholarship to the Ontario College of Art. however, loving math and science, she majored in chemistry and nutrition, but took as many art courses as she could. Travelling and living throughout Europe and Mexico; visiting the many art museums, matured h

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Silvya Mazerolle

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Silvya Mazerolle

Sarnia based artist, Silvya Mazerolle, has been honing her skills on the canvas for the past several years. Primarily using acrylics, her mental images and stories have been transferred into her paintings. Art, inspired by the scenery of Southwestern Ontario and Lake Huron is gracing the walls of many local residents and cottages. Having also lived in Alberta and travelled through different parts of the world, scenes from mountains, prairies, cities and oceans have animated her paintings. Strange ideas of her own, friends comments and commissions have led to paintings based on Heavy Metal, biking experiences, barbarians, laughing donkeys, strutting roosters, angry herons, plus many more. She loves to capture her viewers into the scene, whether it is compelling or odd. A Facebook album of past works can be made available upon request. 


Nadine Riley

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Nadine Riley

Nadine Riley, Sarnia’s new and emerging artist has recently re-discovered her artistic talents. Inspired by nature and her Native heritage she produces artwork that offers some insight into the unique culture, traditions and language of First Nation People. Overcoming early hardships, this single mom relocated to Sarnia, Ontario in 2007 and enrolled into college. As opportunities arose, she became an active member of the Sarnia-Lambton community. She is a co-founding Board Member of the Sarnia-Lambton Native Friendship Centre, former volunteer bookkeeper for the Inn of the Good Sheppard, a Provincial and International champion BCA and VNEA sanctioned billiard player and eventually Lambton College Alumna and employee. Developing entrepreneur and active member of the Lawrence House Art Gallery, her originals, prints and greeting cards are available or can be viewed at the gallery, at various gift shops and vendor shows throughout Southern Ontario or on her facebook page, Naytive Art. 

 


Pierre Houle

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Pierre Houle

Pierre is a long time amateur photographer who loves capturing nature in all its forms. He uses his camera as a meditation device as he discovers new and fascinating things to photograph, whether they are sunsets or eagles. He is currently living in Sarnia. Pierre loves to travel in Canada to discover and capture its natural wonders.