Sunday, February 28, 2010

Olympic Badminton Competitor: Helen Nicholl by artist Deborah Pearce

2004 Olympic competitor Helen Nicholl
Artist: Deborah Pearce
Acrylics: 28"x28"

About the Artist
"Deborah Pearce earned her BFA from Mount Allison University in Sackville, NB. She studied art under Robert Bateman at Nelson HS, and received a Canada Council Grant to paint the people of Africa. She studied portraiture at the American Portrait Institute in New York under John Howard Sanden and is an award winning member of the Portrait Society of Canada. Deborah has spent her life painting commissioned portraits, across Canada. She has also painted large scale commercial murals in Ontario and the US. Deborah has taught art from Cape Breton to Vancouver. Presently, she teaches painting and portraiture at the Burlington Art Centre.

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