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Audrey Brown

 

Audrey Brown, artistAudrey Brown grew up on the Manitoba prairies, and later moved to Port Alberni where she met and married her husband.  After living in many small towns in northern BC, including Haida Gwaii they moved to Vancouver, British Columbia. While living and working in Vancouver she pursued her dream to continue her art studies at Emily Carr University of Art and Design.  During that time, she supplemented her university courses with various art workshops until she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in 2013. When she retired, she and her husband moved to Salt Spring Island, BC.

Salt Spring provided the inspiration she needed to pursue her art full-time, and during that time she and her husband sailed on their 42 ft sailboat to various remote areas, such as the Broughton Archipelago,  Desolation Sound and Haida Gwaii.  

The experience of living and working in small towns, meeting new people and observing various wildlife and beautiful scenery influences Audrey’s art

Audrey’s abstract, non-representational art strives to convey a variety of emotions we experience while traveling on our journey of life by juxtaposing color, shape, line and texture.

In 2021 Audrey became an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and the Society of Canadian Artists.

Website: audreybrownart.com

   
   
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