Glenda Mosher is a multifaceted artist and musician who resides in Whitehorse, Yukon. Born in Nova Scotia, Glenda has lived in several Canadian provinces. Drawing inspiration from everyday objects, people, and the landscapes she encounters at home and abroad, Glenda creates with acrylics, water colours, mixed media, paper and print making. Glenda's art can be found hanging on Parliament Hill, in the UK, and at home in Canada.
I like to capture the everyday moments I experience in creative ways. Using acrylics, mixed media, printmaking, and paper, I create works that are both exploratory and traditional. My work is a continual exploration of observing and relating the external world. The simple things are often the most exceptional and the most overlooked. To quote William Blake, it is “to see a world in a grain of sand.” I find it most satisfying to capture those momentary “grains of sand.”