Lynn Wigginton

Lynn Wigginton

  • Saint John, New Brunswick
  • Canadian
Schools / Studies
  • Mount Allison University (74')
  • Studied with David Silverberg; Lawren P. Harris; E. B. Pulford; Colin Campbell; and George Thiessen

I am fascinated by the relationships people have with where they live. As Robert Macfarlane says, in his book 'The Old Ways - A Journey on Foot', I seek out "the subtle ways in which we are shaped by the landscapes in which we move."

Clearly, A strong 'sense of place' underlies my artistic expression. My feelings of attachment to, and growing appreciation for, the particular geography, geology, flora, fauna, history and culture of New Brunswick have been enlarged by my interactions with its landscape. My paintings and prints are personal artistic responses to these experiences.

Frequently Ask Questions

If your project is no longer taking place, it’s critical that you contact the program officer as soon as possible to notify us. Depending on the situation, we can advise you of next steps. To proceed with withdrawing the project, you will need to send a cheque for the grant amount made payable to “Minister of Finance” no later than March 1. Indicate on the cheque memo or attach a letter for what program the amount is for and mail to:

Arts and Cultural Industries Branch

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Attention: Janey Johnston

Marysville Place (4th floor)

P. O. Box 6000 Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1

Typically, an applicant may submit once to a grant program per fiscal year with the exception of the Strategic Initiative Fund. Please review each program guidelines for details.

Yes, you may contact the program officer responsible for the program to get feedback on your application if you are not successful. Jury comments may also be shared for juried programs.

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