Trina Ganson      ambiguous and enigmatic visual forms

Trina Ganson is a Canadian printmaker who creates work using organic imagery found in nature that she morphs into ambiguous and enigmatic visual forms.  Ms. Ganson has a BFA from The University of British Columbia Okanagan (2008).  She creates original fine art in a variety of sizes from large-scale wall hangings, to hand-made books, and gift cards.  Currently, Ms. Ganson is exploring the creation of smaller works and their ability to draw the viewer into an intimate world of textural story telling and colour. 

Trina Ganson’s work can be viewed in the public collection of the National Taiwan Normal University Gallery, online through Etsy, and in her home studio. 

She currently resides in Ontario with her family, where she continues to create art that explores her love of nature.