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Cecelia Jurgens is an elected member of the Canadian Society of Painters in Watercolour. She is also an Active Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists.
Cecelia is best known for her contemporary paintings, celebrating colour and light. She enjoys working in the diverse mediums of watercolour, acrylic and pastel. She has been in many group shows since 1987, and solo shows since 1998.
In 2001 the Deputy Chief of Protocol for the Provincial Government commissioned her to paint a prairie scene. This painting was presented as a gift from the Province of Saskatchewan to President Vladimir Putin of Russia when he was in Ottawa. The Province has since commissioned five more paintings for similar presentations. Her work is in private, public, and corporate collections across Canada, the United States, Europe, the United Kingdom, Russia and Africa.
Since 1999, Cecelia has been teaching Art Workshops. These workshops vary from Basic Drawing, Beginner Watercolour, Intermediate and Advanced Watercolour, Fun with Acrylic, Beginner Pastel, and Ink and Watercolour Sketchbook Workshops.
In 2004, Cecelia began her Sketchbook Workshop Adventure Tours! These Sketchbook Adventure Tours have taken place in Italy - Rome, Tuscany and Umbria regions; England - Windsor, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Cotswold Villages and the Lake District; South America - Chile, the Andes, and Argentina; Western Canada - the Hoodoos and Rockies; France - Paris and Provence area; Spain, Portugal, and Marrakech, Morocco; Greece - Athens, Mykonos, and Santorini, Canada's colourful province of Newfoundland and most recently, a European fairytale tour featuring Amersterdam, the Black Forest & the Alsace. In 2014 Cecelia returns to Italy to discover its dramatic Amalfi Coast!
Working as a full time artist, Cecelia has her own studio gallery at home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Cecelia’s work is also carried by Collector’s Choice Art Gallery in Saskatoon.
To visit her home Gallery, call Cecelia at (306) 242-6778, or email firstname.lastname@example.org