Linda Fraser is back in Smithers this summer.

Top national honour for Smithers artist

Linda Fraser received first place in the 2015 Federation of Canadian Artists juried exhibition.

On June 10, it was announced northern B.C. artist Linda Fraser received First Place honours for her acrylic on canvas painting titled Blue Pot On Yellow in the 2015 Federation of Canadian Artists juried exhibition.

Linda Fraser (nee Lundquist) is well known as one of northern B.C.’s talented artists. Linda was born and raised in Smithers. She has been frequently represented in solo exhibitions at the Smithers Art Gallery. Linda has also conducted workshops and lectures at the Smithers Art Gallery.

Most of Linda’s international sales of her work have been to American and Mexican private art collections.

Now living in Parksville, Vancouver Island, Linda never fails to make an annual artistic pilgrimage to her cultural roots in the Bulkley Valley. This year she is planning on spending most of July and August in the Bulkley Valley feeding her artistic inspiration in preparation for her next exhibition.

Blue Pot on Yellow

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