Shelagh J Stewart
Former professor of art and fashion, Shelagh Stewart can be found full-time in her Cobourg studio. She creates works on paper and canvas, using oil paint, ink and mixed media collage.
Shelagh Stewart began painting and exhibiting large paintings of hard-edged graphic forms during the 1960s in Great Britain, and then the ’70s in the U.S. and Canada. This was then interrupted by a teaching career spanning more than 30 years. She began teaching painting and art history at the University of Georgia, then colour theory at the University of Western Ontario. For 27 years Shelagh taught fashion and editorial illustration at Toronto Metropolitan University (Ryerson); always with pencil or brush in hand. She is now in her Cobourg studio full time where she paints and illustrates with oils and inks, exploring bold colour and abstraction.
1608 Workman Rd, Cobourg
Just around the bend on Workman Road as you come off of King Street.
Also showing at this location is Charles Funnell