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Photo Credit: Matt + Steph Photography

Intuitive Artist

Brianna Gosselin is an artist possessing the unique ability to paint the world as few of us see it. Densely layered, her work captures the spirit and light of nature, radiating back to viewers with an energy felt more than seen. A graduate of PCVS — celebrated for it’s art programs — Brianna continues to expand beyond her preferred medium of acrylics, drawing a harmonious balance between texture, form and colour.

In addition to her own work, Brianna passes on her love of art as an instructor at her studio and in the past at the Art School of Peterborough.
Acting less as a teacher, and more as a guide, and with a style that is engaging and interactive. She inspires students to find and express their own artistic voice.
In addition, Brianna has served on the Art School of Peterborough’s board of directors and was chair of the marketing committee.
She continues to be involved in the community and has worked with the Peterborough Humane Society for their Duke’s Trail Tour, assisted with Camp Kerry’s art bereavement program and partnered up with the YWCA to bring the YWCA Bean Up to life.

Brianna’s work is on display at LAUNCH Gallery, Kawartha Local, along with Watson & Lou on a rotating basis.
Currently, Brianna is offering two Intuitive Painting courses at her studio with a new line up of workshops and courses for Spring.

Artist Statement

“I believe there is more than one side to every story. Nature is an example of this. 
By using symbols taken from nature as my subject, I am able to reveal a side that is not always visible to the naked eye; sometimes it requires assistance or in this case, a translator. 
I draw out the elements of nature, exposing raw texture while adding a dreamlike atmosphere. To achieve this, mixed mediums are used working on numerous layers. Every layer is a secret unfolding, never knowing which direction this journey will take me. 
To unravel these layers is to unravel the true story of what these symbols hold, what they have seen through time.”