Claudette Losier

Born and raised in Oshawa, Ontario, Claudette Loisier received her Honours BA in Fine Arts in 1989 from Brock University and has been pursuing her art career full-time since 2005. She has won art awards in Juried Shows in Ontario including three best in shows, a Gerald Gunter Humanity Award, plus two Honourable Mentions in International Juried show on-line, and in 2011 the Toronto City Purchase Award of transfer oil painting “CinderPoppy.”  In 2012, her painting “Night Vision” and in 2015 her “Busy Intersection #2” were purchased by Dundas Valley School of Art for their juried event “Artist's Connection” that travels through the Hamilton Wentworth Elementary & Secondary Schools for three years.  In 2013 she was contacted by Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra's Composer in Residence, Abigail Richardson-Schulte, for a portrait painting of local Hamilton person to inspire her new piece for orchestra music based on Hamilton art; Losier's painting of her friend Robert on Barton Street was exhibited during the HPO concert entitled “Fiesta”. Loisier has shown at the Toronto Outdoor Art Show, the Queen West Crawl Outdoor Art Show, the Echo Art Fair (Buffalo NY) , the 2015 Parlermo Biennale in Painting and the 2015 Florence Art Show. Her art is selling at: Tagart Gallery in St. Catharines, Art Gallery of Burlington in the Art Etce shop, and in Hamilton at: Art Gallery of Hamilton’s Art Shop (art cards only), Art@231 James Street Gallery, Centre3, and Sealed Art.  She is a member of the Artists Network group in Toronto, and exhibits in Toronto with this organization. Her art can be found in both corporate and private collections in Canada and the United States, Brock University and in governments such as the Toronto City Hall and Ontario Government, and in Private Collections.


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