Permanent Artist of Gallery 629
Glenda was born in Nova Scotia. She has had the distinct pleasure of living in seven Canadian provinces. The study of music and art, have been her lifelong passion. After raising four children with her husband, Glenda began to focus solely on developing her studio practice.
Fascinated with people on the street, inspired by the landscape outside her door, and charmed with the commonplace things of life, Glenda's paintings capture the essence of these moments. She works in styles best able to capture that which resonates with her.
At times, painting representationally works for Glenda to recreate and draw attention to colour and light, other times her interpretation is more imaginative. Intent on painting with acrylic, she has been pushing the boundaries of this medium for several years, often using mixed media and surface texture to create innovative works.
After living five years in the spectacular Yukon Territory, Glenda has returned to the Ottawa area.
In 2013, Glenda's painting "Light Rustles on the Cabin", received the Northwestel Directory Cover Art Award for the Yukon Territory. Glenda Mosher’s work can be found hanging on Parliament Hill, Ottawa, ON, and in private collections in Canada and the UK.
Yukon representation: North End Gallery, Whitehorse; Arts Underground, Whitehorse, YT, Yukon Plein Air Festival 2014-15, YAW.
Current Exhibit At Gallery 629