Dawn Duncan has been drawn to creativity all of her life. She has explored jewellery-making, the art of decorating Pysanky (Ukrainian Easter eggs), quilting, sewing, stained glass and countless other mediums. She began to work in oils in 1964 and was drawn to expressing herself through large colourful landscapes. Dawn experimented with watercolours beginning in 2007 and tried her hand at seascapes, florals and still life. Finally, in 2012 she began to work in acrylics although she also continued to explore the other two mediums. Her detailed animal portraits have captured the attention of many art enthusiasts who visit the annual Association of Representational Art Shows. She has shown her work regularly for many years with this prestigious art group and has also been featured in the City Hall collection where both locals and visitors come to admire the art on display in the hallway. She has sold her work in several provinces of Canada and as far away as Scotland, Spain and Tunisia,Africa. Always on the cutting edge, Dawn also enjoys painting original art on a variety of different objects including saw blades, milk cans, mail boxes and other unique canvases. No matter which medium of choice on any given day, she creates beautiful pieces of artwork. This bio was written by another excellent artist.