Teaching Focus:

Visual Arts

Born and raised in Oshawa, Ontario, Claudette Losier won the Grade 13 art award and sold her first oil painting for $40! She received her Honours BA in Fine Arts in 1989 from Brock University and since 2005, Claudette has been pursuing her art career full time, which also includes teaching and modelling work.

Claudette started teaching art in her home and then at various locations since 2005 including the Art Gallery of Burlington, Royal Botanical Gardens in Burlington, and the City of Hamilton.  She has also been teaching children with the DVSA Art Connect Program through the Hamilton Elementary School Board.  Claudette has been offering her Drawing Mark Making workshop to children at the Imagine in the Park festival in Gage Park,  and will be participating again this year!  She has also been invited to give Artist Talks about her work and one day workshops in Toronto, Hamilton and Burlington.

Claudette’s work has been acquired by public institutions and corporate and private collections internationally. Some highlights include: an acquirement of her City Scape painting by the Ontario Government and Hamilton Superior Court House; transfer oil painting CinderPoppy by the City of Toronto; two paintings selected for wall murals in the “Up Your Alley” contest in Hamilton, Ontario; the selection of her painting titled Chasing in the Palermo Biennale in Italy; inclusion in an exhibition titled Artificial Intelligence at the Marzia Frozen Gallery in Berlin; and the LA February 2020 Art Fair. She has also participated in numerous local events such as the Hamilton Supercrawl, Toronto Outdoor Art Fair, and the Queen West Art Crawl. A major focus of her current work is a series titled Sense of Place, which was recently exhibited at the HCA Gallery. 



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