Living and working in Québec.

About

I have a strong focus on harnessing the tactile properties of paint, how gestures can illustrate emotions, as well as how color and materials affects us humans on a daily basis. Currently, I create abstract Art using powerful and expressive gestures, continuous line drawings, as well as portraits and representation of mystical animals.

Originally from Ontario, I now live and work in Québec where I was honored to receive a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) from the Concordia University of Montréal. I exhibited Art at reputable institutions such as the McGill Redpath Museum, the Desjardins Art Gallery, and on neolondon.art.

To get in touch with me please contact: info@janetlondon.ca.

Education

2012 – Bachelor of Fine Arts, Concordia University, Montreal

2006 – Masters of Education, McGill University, Montreal

1999 – Bachelor of Psychology, York University, Toronto

Exhibitions

2021Entrée dans la Lumière @ Neolondon, Drummondville, QC

2018 – Mixed Grill @ Le BockAle, Drummondville, QC

2017 – Animaux Mystiques @ La Maison de la Culture, L’Avenir, QC

2017 – Art & Terroir #3 @ Les Jardins Bio-Logique, Saint-Bonaventure, QC

2016 – Parle moi d’amour @ Desjardins Art Gallery, Drummondville, QC

2016 – Art & Terroir #2 @ Les Jardins Bio-Logique, Saint-Bonaventure, QC

2015 – Parle moi d’amour @ Desjardins Art Gallery, Drummondville, QC

2015 – Art & Terroir #1 @ Les Jardins Bio-Logique, Saint-Bonaventure, QC

2015 – BAAM @ Gallerie Rac, Montréal, QC

2014 – Draw your future (fundraiser) @ Centre de Pédiatrie Saint Laurent, Montréal, QC

2014 – Bridges to Change @ Galerie Avenue Art, Montréal, QC

2013 – ART IS #2 @ Private Venue, Montréal, QC

2013 – ART IS #1 @ Private Venue, Montréal, QC

2013 – Bridges to Change @ Galerie Avenue Art, Montréal, QC

2012 – Re-invention and Experimentation @ Kafein Gallery, Montréal, QC 

2009 – Enviroscapes @ Fokus Gallery, Montréal, QC

2008 – Vibrant Scenes @ Mesa Gallery, Montréal, QC 

2008 – The Artists Among Us @ McGill Redpath Museum, Montréal, QC

2007 – The Artists Among Us @ McGill Redpath Museum, Montréal, QC

2007 – The Awakening @ Espace 7 Gallery, Montréal, QC

My actions?

How many trees are killed each year to satisfy the world demands? Over 15 billion.

What is the number one cause of the deforestation of animal habitats across the world? Agriculture.

How many species go extinct everyday because of industrialisation? 150-200 species.

I am committed to a different future. 20% of the sale of each artwork sold goes to protecting our Earth and it’s natural habitats.

Protecting Earthlings.

I support my inspiring partner’s campaign for wildlife preservation, helping to protect vulnerable species, and their habitats destroyed by the continuous harvesting of natural resources, industrial production, and urbanization of wildlife habitats.

Preserve vital ecosystems.

The decline of biodiversity caused by humanity’s exploitative economic systems has resulted in the depletion of food sources for every species in the world, including humans. I support the United Nations to protect 30% of land and marine environments by 2030 in protecting the natural ecosystem and allowing biodiversity once again to flourish.

Viable Evolution.

Tourism can be a powerful tool in the fight for the conservation and development of animal habitats. In supporting local tourism that encourage conservation, we can also introduce everyday visitors to the beauty and importance of life.

My heroes

Every artwork saves at least ten animals from certain death, allowing me to create sustainable luxury and create a better lifestyle for future generations. I am supporting International Rhino Foundation, Turtle Foundation, One Tree Planted, and Sea Shepherd, amongst others – helping protect vulnerable species, and maintaining the health of our precious Earth.

Our objective is to ensure the survival of rhinos through strategic partnerships, targeted protection, and scientifically sound interventions.

Our mission is to contribute to sea turtle conservation at our own project sites by cooperating with local communities to create a future where both sea turtles and people can thrive.

We want to make it simple for anyone to help the environment by planting trees. Together we can restore forests, create habitat for biodiversity, and make a positive social impact around the world.

We fight to preserve the planet because we recognize that we share the Earth with other species and that their well-being is inexorably linked to ours.