Collection: Phyllis Gordon
Phyllis Gordon’s practice in drawing and printmaking is primarily an engagement with our environment, both as an observer of its beauty and as an artist concerned about the Climate Crisis.
As a young woman, Gordon studied art in Vancouver, Montreal and London, England. After several years practising law in Ontario, she returned to making art, taking courses at The Toronto School of Art, OCAD, Fleming College (Haliburton), and Open Studio Printmaking Centre.
Gordon has exhibited in numerous group, two-person and solo exhibitions including the John B. Aird Gallery, Propeller Gallery, Cedar Ridge Creative Centre and Open Studio Printmaking Centre, all in Toronto, and, Project Space, in London, Mississauga Art Gallery, Artworks Oakville, Colborne Art Gallery, and the Orillia Museum of Art and History.