Candace Campbell is a writer with many learning disabilities including dyslexia and ADHD. Candace's stories are full of diversity, love and are heartbreakly beautiful. She is driven and determined to keep writing stories. "No obstacle to big too stop me from living my best life and making my dreams come true." When Candace isn't writing she is painting as is also and abstract artist.
My art represents the relationship between mind and emotions expressed in colour, fluidity, texture and shine. As a woman who has many learning disabilities my art is an expression of who I am and showcases feelings, personal challenges and diversity. I love to focus on the imperfections in the paint because I believe imperfections are what make things unique and different and that’s beautiful. Painting is the one place I feel complete safe to just be my true self. When someone buys my art they are truly getting a piece of my heart.
Candace Campbell describes herself as an “emotional abstract artist”. Using vibrantly coloured acrylics, pigments, glass, glitter and resin, she develops pieces of art that capture her thoughts and emotions as they occur. Though her earliest work included landscapes and portraits, she now almost exclusively produces non-objective abstract paintings or geodes, preferring to use tools to create her work rather than a paintbrush. Candace is a self-taught artist who has been featured in local exhibits and media in Lindsay and Peterborough, Ontario. She continues to work diligently at her home studio in Lindsay, where she also teaches art classes to local children and emerging artists
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