Charlene McGill

Charlene began her painting journey in 2003 after attending a local watercolour workshop. She has been painting almost daily ever since! Charlene’s approach to her art is through the eyes of a colourist! Her representational work is inspired by the impact of light and colour on the everyday objects that fill our lives. Retired from her full-time job outside the home, she teaches Art from her Studio along with workshops at the Chatham-Kent Cultural Centre and the local Secondary School system. She is currently represented by ARTSpace in Chatham, Ontario and the Mary Webb Centre in Highgate, Ontario.

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