Linda Vincent
Born in Nova Scotia, Linda Vincent moved to Fort McMurray with her family at the age of 12. For over ten years, she has lived independently in Edmonton where she works on her art. Her process often involves repetition, whether through small swirling lines or a pointillist style. Linda particularly enjoys drawing animals and has a keen sense of colour. Working primarily in acrylic Ink, she continually experiments with different styles and studies the work of other artists. Linda’s work has been featured in several exhibits, including a Refinery event at the Art Gallery of Alberta. As 2017’s Stantec Artist of the Year, Linda’s exhibition, Impossible Birds, will be on display in five different locations throughout the city of Edmonton.

Stantec Artist of the Year

2017

Selected by the Creative Team at the Nina, the STANTEC ARTIST OF THE YEAR is an artist who has demonstrated a consistent commitment to their growth as an artist over a period of at least two years. This artist has developed a vision for their own art making which can be seen through the development of consistent identifiable style and a persistent interest in media or subject matter, resulting in artworks that are consistently chosen for exhibition or sale.     

The Nina Haggerty
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