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Dorothy Campbell Therrien
Painting - Watercolor
DOROTHY CAMPBELL THERRIEN
�I have no inhibitions about moving from what is called realistic to what is considered abstract. I feel that what is real in my paintings is the image itself, which focuses with my idea as I begin to paint. The painting seems to create itself during the process. Forms tinged with personal feelings remembered or hidden in my past, unfold into a world of light and depth.�
Dorothy Campbell Therrien, a native of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has studied with Adam Sherriff� Scott, Willie Hoverman , The Valentine School of Commercial Art and the De Cordova Museum. She has also participated in artists� workshops in Connecticut, western Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Her father was a painter, art dealer and gallery owner in Westmount, Quebec, for over sixty-five years. He instilled in her a love of art. Her work reflects her appreciation of color, textures and rhythms. She used Canada, Maine, New Hampshire and her own summer garden for inspiration. The classes she�s taught she encouraged her students to create work which reflects their individual response to nature, wildlife and or music.
Ms. Therrien had been active in art groups in Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. She was also an active member of the Chelmsford Art Society and the Nashua Artists� Association.
January 6th, 2013
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