is a professional fine artist, illustrator and graphic designer.
Her paintings in watercolour, oil or acrylic are appreciated
for their strong compositions, knowledgeable use of colour,
light and affinity with her chosen subject. A painter who
expresses her Canadian heritage and concern for Canada’s
unique and fragile ecology through her paintings of landscape,
flora and fauna RoseMarie is a tireless wilderness traveler.
Born and educated in Toronto RoseMarie studied the many
disciplines necessary in the creation of fine and graphic
art at Danforth Technical School. Under the tutelage of
Archibald ‘Dan’ Logan she learned painting,
composition, perspective; with Fred Savard illustration,
life studies, layout, rendering; with Vince McGill design,
lettering, colour theory and with William Clements she
studied the history of art, anatomy and sculpting.
Exhibitions: Shown paintings by invitation in
well over 150 Juried Exhibitions and Fine Art Galleries
Collections: Paintings in private and corporate
collections in Canada and abroad; numerous private commissions
as well as the collections of the Royal Canadian Mounted
Police and Canadian Coast Guard.
Awards: Received awards for graphic art, design
and children’s illustrations created for numerous
• The Arts & Letters Club of Toronto, active
• SCBWI, Society of Children’s Book Writers
• WNAG, Worldwide Nature Artists Group www.natureartists.com/rosemarie_condon.asp
• John A. Libby Fine Art, Toronto, Ontario
• Nature’s Scene, Georgetown, Ontario
• Gallery at the Club at Bond Head, Ontario
• LKT Creative Ltd., Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
Teaching and Presentations: Conducted watercolour,
oil painting and life drawing classes as well as talks
and slide presentations of her Arctic and many other wilderness
excursions for numerous arts groups and patrons.
Current Events: RoseMarie Condon and Paul Gauthier
are the 2006 ‘Artists of Distinction’ for
the 29th Annual La Cloche Arts Show. Condon and Gauthier
will jury artist’s works submitted to the show,
demonstrate their own painting methods in oil and watercolour
and display their oil paintings of the La Cloche landscape,
made famous by Franklin Carmichael, A.J. Casson and Joachim