Ann Bald-Bloom


After studying and working for some years in photography, when she found she could no longer express herself through the lens, Ann Bald-Bloom turned to painting. The idea of taking a blank space and making something of it was intriguing and exciting.

A member of the Society of Canadian Artists, Ann Bald-Bloom, Montreal born, now has her studio in Toronto, Canada. She studied at the Saidye Bronfman Centre of Fine Arts in Montreal with well known artists Guitta Caiserman-Roth, Yehuda Chaki, Seymour Segal and Peter Krausz. She has worked in New Mexico, Vermont and California in the U.S. as well as in India and Israel.

Ann Bald-Bloom has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows. Her paintings can be found in many private and corporate collections.

Her abstract expressionist flower paintings are vivid moments of energy and spontaneity. They are part of an ongoing series entitled "Not Quite a Pot of Flowers". Her work is about the essence of things. "The language is colour, the subject is life and the message is pure celebration". Click to enter Exhibition Room



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