Award-winning international artist and wildlife advocate Lynda Moffatt is inspired by wildlife and the lands they call home. She grew up on a Southwestern Ontario horse farm and eventually became a third-generation artist.
Using acrylics and oils with a stylized realism, Lynda has divided much of her work into her Avian Migration and Algonquin Wildlife Series. In her passionate support of wildlife, she pledges a percentage of her sales to support the conservation areas/parks of the buyer’s choice in their names.
In the past year, Lynda’s artistic achievements have included:
* becoming an international featured artist with Arizona’s Camelback Gallery
* a one-year online residency with articles in artists magazines
* three International Bronze Awards for International Amazing Animals 2022
* a finalist in the International Acrylic Artist of the Year Award for mixed media, paintings
* juried into FCA B.C. Granville Island and Toronto Galleries Summer Art Shows
Lynda is a member of:
* The Artists for Conservation
* The Federation of Canadian Artists
* The National Oil & Acrylics Association and the Ontario Society of Artists
* The Arts Society of Kingsville
* The Leamington Arts Centre
* Windsor & Essex County Plein Air Society
* The East Central Ontario Art Association (ECOAA)
Lynda was honored to be invited to join the Arts Society of Kingsville (ASK) by Chair Ann Ducharme. Finding this local art association, she has become an active member, taking on the challenge of updating and maintaining the ASK website. Lynda’s great hope is that viewers will see her art and become passionate to engage in the conversation to protect our natural world.
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All photos provided by Lynda Moffatt