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Audrey Mckinnon | Misdemeanours in Colour and Scale


Exhibit Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:30-6:00pm

Audrey McKinnon is an artist originally from Vancouver where she organised and exhibited in several shows. Her paintings are characteristically large and filled with vibrant colours and energetic lines. Self-taught, Audrey previously painted in oils, selling out her last body of paintings. Her work is now a part of two private collections in Canada, while other select works have been sold for the benefit of charitable organisations.


Now living in Prince George, her most recent works are done with spray paint, staying true to her style with bright colours and expressive lines. Influences of traditional Mexican art and the wild whimsy of Pop Kei fashion can be seen in the feminine and saturated choice of colours in her paintings of women’s faces shown up close and several feet tall from jawline to forehead.


Misdemeanors in Colour and Scale is an exhibit of Audrey’s most recent work. Several oversized paintings hang and some sprawl from their rigid edges right onto the walls at Omineca Arts Centre from Sept. 23-Oct. 6.

Earlier Event: September 8
Open Art | Open Mic
Later Event: September 30
Salt Water Hank and Danny Bell