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Sherry Nielsen

I paint mostly landscapes but love to do colour studies and flowers. For me all things work out. Playing with colour and how it works is magical for me. Painting is as unique as our voices, no matter what the image or theme, your expression will be different from the rest. What I look for mostly when I am painting is a colour pop, or something that makes it have it's own song. It's always interesting to stand back from a painting and feel movement, and then as you move forward you see all the colour and detail that was absent from the distance.


Sherry Nielsen is a Canadian artist who moved to Smithers in 1988. Growing up in central Alberta on a farm west of Elnora, is where she found her passion for art and the process of creating. Sherry had a love for just taking in the scenery at an early age. After high school she went to Red Deer Collage to study Art and Design for a year. Continuing with different workshops over the years, working in different mediums, and also doing a fair bit of pottery. But it was in 1992 that she really found her niche in oil painting, the medium of her choice.

Like a couple of her instructors had told her, after about 400 hundred paintings it comes together. Lessons are great, but the only real remedy is time.

Life in the Northwest has also brought many opportunities for visual pleasure. Through her years here she has taken to the Northern landscape, from Smithers, all the way to Tuktoyaktuk, NWT and out to the Queen Charlottes, BC.

Sherry has shown both in group shows as well as solo shows over the years at the Smithers Art Gallery, Smithers, BC., the Terrace Art Gallery, Terrace, BC., and in a gallery in Prince George, BC. This summer she will be having a showing at the Terrace Art Gallery, July 2018, and also also a large display window in Prince George.

Different Galleries who have exhibited her work over the years were Walsh Gallery, in Red Deer, Alberta, Harrison Gallery in Vancouver, BC,  and the Yukon Gallery in Whitehorse, Yukon. And currently in Fourtymile Gold & Gallery in Dawson City, Yukon, and Mountainside Gallery, Terrace, BC. But you can always find her work at Nielsen Gallery and Framing in Smithers, BC.


You can usually find Sherry in her studio on Hudson Bay Mountain Road, Smithers, BC - 250-847-0070


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Canvas is currently my most popular medium to print on. It is suprisingly vibrant with a noticable texture only when viewed up close. A coating is applied which adds UV protection as well as allowing the canvas prints to be safely handled and wiped with a damp cloth. The canvas print can be sent rolled up or hand stretched onto 1.5 inch deep stretcher bars. Breathing Color Lyve Matte Canvas (19mil, 450gsm, textured, matte poly-cotton canvas with no OBA's) PHOTO PAPER Epson Premium Luster (10mil, 260gsm, extra smooth, luster, resin coated photo paper) Ilford Gallerie Prestige Smooth Pearl (12mil, 310gsm, extra smooth, pearl, resin coated photo paper) Epson Legacy Baryta (12mil, 314gsm, smooth, satin, baryta photo paper) ART PAPER Epson Legacy Fibre (19mil, 314gsm, smooth, matte 100% cotton art paper) Epson Legacy Etching (20mil, 314gsm, slightly textured, matte 100% cotton art paper) Your image is printed onto specially coated aluminum with dye sublimation inks. The result of this process is a vibrant ultra glossy print on an extremely durable surface. Aluminum is not printed on site but great care is taken to prepare your digital files so that the results will be spectacular. Aluminum is only available in certain sizes (8x10,8x12,11x14,11x17,12x18,16x20,16x24,18x36, 20x24, 20x30, 24x30, 24x36, 30x40), so if aluminum is not available when ordering you have chosen an incorrect size.

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