Alice Burton is an Honours Fine Arts graduate of York University in Toronto.
Her works have been exhibited in a number of Solo, Group and Juried Exhibitions in Toronto, Montreal and New York a well as in England, Europe and Columbia, South America.
She has also presented her work at C2 Gallery, Stoke Hammond, England, The New Art Center, New York, the A.K. Collings Gallery, Port Hope ON, The Robert Macklin Gallery, Kingston ON, Han Art, Montreal P.Q. The Moore Gallery, Toronto, Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron, Ottawa and Yumart Gallery, Toronto.
There is a strong emphasis on colour, texture, line and composition in her work. She has concentrated her work on studies of the Landscape for almost 20 years. Her imagery is
forged by a combination of sketches, photography, computer generated enhancements and imagination. She particularly enjoys hovering in the space where subject matter recedes and paint becomes paint, recombining to form new images, some more objective to the viewer than others. She explores this mystery in depth, placing particular emphasis on the ambiguity of reflections. It is in the rendering and interpretation of reflections that imagery becomes more abstract.
Her works are seen in corporate and private collections in North America and Europe.
She is represented by Yumart Gallery at 401 Ricmond St. West in Toronto. Her next solo exhibition will be in early 2019.