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Born and raised in southern Ontario, James Gummerson has devoted the majority of his life to drawing and painting. For over twenty years, he has depicted the natural and rural landscapes of Canada. His art has been displayed in major galleries across Canada including The Art Gallery Of Hamilton, The Focus Gallery Hamilton, The Dundas Heritage Museum and Emerald Arts Gallery British Columbia to name a few. He has won numerous awards including winning the 2014 landscape excellence award at AIRS.

Over the years his work has been featured in major publications such as the Hamilton Spectator, The Silhouette, McMaster Magazine and BARC (The Bay area Restoration Council) Blog.

He is a respected teacher of Art at Mohawk College, and is appreciated by many children he teaches throughout the public school system. He also speaks out regularly against environmental issues that face us today.

 He continues to travel throughout Canada and spends most of his time painting in and around the rural area of Hamilton and the Niagara Escarpment where he lives with his wife and 2 children.

"A lot of what I do is inspired by my experiences and the strong feelings and thoughts I have during a moment. It’s more of an instinctual process. I’m also inspired by Nature."