Collection: Karen Neu Wideman

Raised in Unionville, Ontario, Karen’s passion for art began at a young age, with her artistic talents coming naturally from her mother and her grandfather who painted scenes in oils or watercolour. Karen chose not to continue her studies in art after highschool to pursue other interests. Her love of art was rekindled by the influence of her mother who started to work on some decorative painting projects. Karen started back on similar projects. After her daughter was born, she decided to get back into painting on canvas with acrylics and began doing some courses and workshops to enhance her skills. One of the courses was art history, which once again ignited a love for the art of years gone by. Karen sold her first painting, titled ‘Shadowlands’, at a group exhibit in Unionville. Painting in acrylics became Karen’s first preference, with landscapes and florals being her common focus due to a love for the natural settings of God’s design. She loves to use a vibrant palette and doesn’t limit herself to one style or concept but loves to continue her learning through other artists and believes you can never stop learning and growing.

“My inspiration comes in many forms from the landscapes I capture in my journeys to the talents of master artists of the past, such as Van Gogh, Monet, Tom Thompson and many other artists from the The Group of Seven, just to name a few. I like to paint what the picture says to me with my greatest inspiration from my God, the master creator!”

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