Growing up in a military family, change was inevitable. Although Ottawa has always been our home base, I spent much of my childhood in Northern Canada around the 60th parallel. Barren landscapes, remote communities, and winter are the foundations of my memories and appear often in my work. Generally preferring the found over the contrived, I go out into the world with my camera in an attempt to find stillness, meaning and light. I tend to focus on the relationship between nature and the built environment while exploring themes of memory, place and isolation.
Dyanne Wilson is a photo-based artist currently living and working in Ottawa, Ontario. For the past 15 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.
Dyanne is currently in the second year of the School of Photographic Arts Ottawa diploma program under the direction of Michael Tardioli.
The City of Yellowknife
The National Arts Centre
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)
Diplomat and International Canada Magazine
Hello Canada! magazine
Claustrophobia: SPAO Group Exhibition 2020
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
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