Lorna LiveyLorna Livey, a graduate of York University's Faculty of Fine Arts, has been a professional artist for over twenty-five years.   She has taught printmaking through the Ontario Arts Council's Creative Artists in the School program, for the Toronto District School Board, Arts Etobicoke and Inner City Angels.   She was an instructor of etching at Open Studio and has lectured and given workshops to community art groups throughout Southern Ontario.

As a master printer at Open Studio and the Fifth Street Gallery, she has worked with artists from across Canada including, Stephen Andrews, Attila Richard Lukacs, Arnold Shives, William Forrestall, Liz Parkinson, Roland Poulin and Regan Morris.

She has exhibited her work in many group and solo shows and is included in numerous private, corporate and public collections including the Canada Council Art Bank, Province of Ontario, the Station Gallery in Whitby, the Burnaby Art Gallery and the University of Toronto.   A recent public art commission was her "Multi Moose" for the City of Toronto's Moose in the City project. She has done banner commissions for St. Margaret's Church and five sets of liturgical linens, hangings, stoles and a chausable for St. James' Humber Bay.

From 1997 to 2002 Lorna ran the Fifth Street Gallery in the Lakeshore area of Etobicoke where she exhibited both her own and other artist's work.

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