Terry Kleemola, a listed Canadian artist since 1986 was born near Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada. She is represented by:
Winnipeg Art Gallery - Clara Lander Library National Gallery of Canada - Library and Archives / Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography
Her teachers were Michael Lonechild and Jack Reid. Michael Lonechild taught her acrylics and Jack Reid watercolors, of course. Her studies in snow are so beautiful. I always thought Jack Reid was the best but so is she. (Please see my Jack Reid Lithograph 'Winter Sentry' and compare).
Terry is affiliated with the Aurora Art Guild in Saskatchewan since the early 80's and has exhibited and taught classes on how to paint.
She loves painting wildlife, old vehicles in a natural setting and landmarks, much like Ontario's Walter Campbell. She is also recognized by the Wildlife Federation and Ducks Unlimited, the Regina Exhibition and the Norman MacKenzie Gallery in Saskatchewan.
This is a wonderful drawing of an iconic wintertime Chapel in Saskatchewan covered in snow waiting for a congregation.
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Frame: 21 1/2" x 17 1/2" Image: 20" x 16"