Shauna Earle  bfa, b.ed

Education  
1984     York University, Toronto, On – Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Arts
1989     University of Manitoba, Mb – Bachelor of Education
Selected Group Exhibitions

2016   “A Different Kettle of Fish”  Meaford Hall, Meaford, ON
2015    “Portraits Now” Griffin Gallery, Roxy Theatre, Owen Sound, On
2014     The Wayfaring Artist”    Santa Fe Gallery, Owen Sound, On
2013-2015 Matilda Swanson Gallery, Clarksburg, On
The Hive, Alton Mills Art Centre, Alton, On
Autumn Leaves Studio Tour, Grey-Bruce, On
2012      Xmas Exhibition – Tom Thomson Gallery, Owen Sound, On
 “Art about Food”   GHAC group show, Flesherton, On  (various locations)
“New Works by Shauna Earle and Alan Glicksman”,  
Flesherton Art Gallery, Flesherton, On
2011   Christmas Art Show, Flesherton Art Gallery, On
Meaford Hall Arts and Cultural Centre, Juried Group Show, Meaford, On             
Blue Mountain Foundation for the Arts, Juried Show, Collingwood, On
1993      Atlin Centre for the Arts,  Atlin, BC
1986      Gallery 620,  Toronto, On
1984      Winters Art Gallery, York University, Toronto, On
Pauline McGibbon Cultural Centre, Toronto, On
1993       Dundas Valley School of Art, Dundas, On

Art Teaching, Workshop Instruction and other activities:
1989-2005   High school Art teacher, Toronto District School Board
2009    Founding member of  The Grey Highlands Artists’ Collective (Ghac)
2013-15   Encaustic Workshops,   Owen Sound Artists’ Coop
2013-15   Encaustic Workshops,  Sourceworks Studio                                               2000   West African Cultural Exchange, Ghana, West Africa
1994     Curator and Co-ordinator of “Images of War and Peace”, Art work
by Bosnian children displaced from war and TDSB students
Bay Street Concourse Art Gallery, Toronto, ON
1993   Artists Retreat, Atlin Centre for the Arts, British Columbia
1989-2006  Art Educator, Secondary level, Toronto District School Board, Toronto, ON
1983    Guest Lecturer, Dundas Valley School of Art, Dundas, ON

Artists’ Statement
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Shauna Earle has always been inspired by the extremes and drama of the Canadian landscape.  Working in encaustic, acrylics, printmaking and with found and repurposed materials, her art is inspired by geography, effects of culture on land and her travel experiences.  Shauna is a founding member of the Grey Highlands Artists’ Collective.  She has shown her work in Ontario and Manitoba and has taught encaustic painting workshops in the Georgian Triangle in Ontario, where she currently resides.