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Alice Reed has established herself as a respected watercolourist. She was born in Toronto and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Mount Allison University in Sackville, New Brunswick. With the guidance and encouragement of her professor, Ted Pulford, she pursued the study of watercolours, an elusive and demanding medium.
Alice’s watercolours are a celebration of nature. An environmentalist at heart, she paints to communicate her deepfelt love for the rich diversity of nature and to draw others to see, appreciate, respect, and protect it. Her landscape interpretations explore the relationships of light and atmosphere, form and color. Her paintings express the subjective qualities of spirit and mood suggested by the interplay of natural elements. She controls the watercolour medium in a way that reflects her confidence and personal commitment to technical excellence.
The list of exhibitions to her credit are extensive in both private and public galleries; Mount Saint Vincent University (1992-1985), Libby’s of Toronto (2000-1987), Houston North Gallery, Lunenburg N.S. (1993-1982), Kitchener/Waterloo Art Gallery. Her work is found in many collections such as; Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Nova Scotia Art Bank, I.B.M. Canada, Owen’s Art Gallery, Atlantic Lottery Corporation, Zurich Insurance Canada.