From February 20th to March 21stexperience the magnificence of winter through an exhibition of abstract winter landscapes by Leslie Beauchamp.

Leslie is an acrylic painter who expresses what most ignore. The feeling she wants to resonate with viewers of this show is that, “there is beauty in the bleak time between mid-November and mid-March” —  a time when inhabitants of the northern landscape are thrown into the cold of winter and mid-afternoon darkness. NoRtH is a reflection of how even the dullest of seasons can evoke beauty and comfort. In Leslie’s own words, “As an abstract landscape artist, I find myself drawn to simplicity of line and shape; using hard edge and modified colours to reflect my vision.”

About the Artist:

Since 2008, Leslie has actively pursued her vision. She has studied with John Leonard, Lila Irving Wallace and Steve Rose at the Haliburton School of Art & Design (HSAD) and with Andrew Hamilton of Durham College. For the past five years she has been a part of the Individual Studies Programme at the HSAD. Leslie has shown in the Progressions Series, a travelling show visiting the McMichael Gallery, and at a number of galleries around Ontario. Additionally, she has shown for the past five years at the McKay Art Centre in Unionville. Leslie has participated in members’ shows and fundraisers at the Whitby Station Gallery and contributed art pieces to various fund raisers in her community. Leslie has been a regular member on the Lake Scugog Studio Tour.

Shop Leslie’s work online, here:


Abstract painting of the thaw in spring by Leslie Beauchamp.
Abstract painting of a sunrise over Lake Superior by Leslie Beauchamp.
Abstract painting of a pond by Leslie Beauchamp.
Abstract painting of the thaw in the spring by Leslie Beauchamp.

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