June Walker-Wilson BFA
Earth, Sky, Water
A Closer Look
June worked as a Clinical Occupational Therapist in the U.K. and Canada.
Her artistic studies have included textiles, drawing, painting and sculpture.
June creatively combines her textile and sculpture experiences to bring a contemporary feel to traditional oil painting. She uses materials in innovative ways to reflect the ever changing natural environment of Newfoundland.
Landscapes and water are her two main themes in both representational and abstract compositions.
A Few Facts
June has painted in oils since 1999 and worked as a full-time artist from 2009 to present.
June has had Solo shows in:
- Calgary, Alberta and Gander, NL “Looking for the Light” Series, 2000
- Mount Pearl City Hall, NL “Many Forms of Water”, 2010
- Port Rexton and Portugal Cove-St. Phillips, NL “Long Pond Series” 2018
She participated in “International Women Celebrate!” a show commemorating the 100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day in 2011 at AyrSpace, Ayr, Ontario.
Her paintings have found homes in Calgary, Ottawa, Toronto, Germany, London U.K. and Beijing, China.
June continues to donate her time at the A. C Hunter Library, St. John’s, providing painting instruction to patrons.
She first studied Textiles at the Anna Templeton Centre, St. John’s, completing her BFA at NSCAD in Halifax.
She was Owner/Operator of Ultramarine Fine Art Studio, 100 Duckworth Street, St. John’s from 2012 until 2018
View the Work
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"My favourite June Walker-Wilson art is a pair of small 6”x6" abstract oil paintings on heavily textured canvas. They are vibrant, cheerful and perfect for any nook in any house. Reminds me of sun setting over a pond. And I love knowing the artist!"
- Marilyn, lover of local art -
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