Janice Robertson launched her career as a professional artist in 1989. She has received many awards over the years and is currently represented by five commercial galleries.
Janice is a signature member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, Landscape Artists International, and the Northwest Watercolor Society. She served as president of the Federation of Canadian Artists from 1999 to 2001 and is listed in Who’s Who in Canada. Janice’s paintings are in collections throughout the world, and she is a popular and well-respected workshop instructor now living in the historic village of Fort Langley, BC, with her artist husband, Alan Wylie.
“I love to paint light and the beauty of simple things. After over twenty-five years of painting, I am still learning and discovering new ways of expression. It is a privilege to be able to make a living at something that I find so joyful. I am very grateful.”
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