“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” - Thomas Merton

About the Artist

Dyanne Wilson is a documentary photographer and visual artist currently living and working in Ottawa, Ontario.

For the past thirteen years Dyanne has worked as an editorial photographer whose clients included: Hello! Canada magazine, Diplomat and International Canada magazine and Ottawa Citizen Style magazine amongst other corporate clients.

Having spent much of her childhood living North of the 60th parallel barren landscapes, remote communities, and scenes of the winter are the foundations of memories and often appear in her work. Through photography, she focuses on nature, the built environment, and the local culture, while exploring themes of time and place, solitude and identity.

When not working Dyanne can be found in a local forest walking and exploring with her beloved Saydee.

From 2014-2018 Dyanne served as a Fujifilm X-Photographer.


Media Interviews and Mentions

Art of Creative Photography Interview

Edge of Humanity Magazine


Clients

The City of Yellowknife

Zipcar

The National Arts Centre

Canadian Geographic

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)




Exhibitions

Home: SPAO Group Exhibition 2019

Life in the Knife: Solo Exhibition September 26 to October 23, 2019 Shenkman Arts Centre, Trinity Gallery Salon B, Ottawa, Ontario

Fragments: July 16 to September 19 - Group Exhibition at Exposure Gallery, Curated in collaboration with Neeko Paluzzi and Michael Tardioli

2019, A+ (Group Exhibition), Honourable Mention School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa

2018 Honourable Mention in Travel: Places and Faces, Photo Place Gallery, Middlebury VT. Juried by National Geographic Editor and Freelance Photographer Krista Rossow

2016 Performance, City of Yellowknife Heritage Committee, Juried Art Show

2008 A+ (Group Exhibition) - First Place Digital School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa


Using Format