Recent Highlights • 2016 - 2018: 1st 2nd Place & Honourable Mention Awards Federation of Canadian Artists Juried Exhibitions • 2017: Solo Exhibition - Gallery ExaART - Kyoto JAPAN • 2016: Travel the World Exhibit - Gallery ExaART - Kyoto JAPAN • 2015: Fabriano in Watercolour International Exhibit, Fabriano ITALY • 2015 - 2017: En Plein Air Grand Prix Awards • 2014: Tokyo National Art Museum JAPAN – People’s Choice Award; New Face Award Ikki-kai Exhibition; Hokkaido JAPAN – Gold Award • 2013: Solo Exhibit – The Old School House Arts Centre, Qualicum Beach CANADA • 2010: TOSH Masters – The Old School House Arts Centre, Qualicum Beach CANADA • 2005 – 1992: Solo Exhibits – The Old School House Arts Centre, Qualicum Beach CANADA; Vancouver Island CANADA Brant Festival Art Exhibitions 1st Place, Honourable Mentions & People’s Choice Awards • Joint Exhibition of Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (ENGLAND) & Federation of Canadian Artists at Frye Art Museum, Seattle USA & CANADA House Gallery, London ENGLAND About Member: AFCA Signature Member Federation of Canadian Artists Northwest Watercolour Society International Watercolour Society Peggy Burkosky is a traditional watercolour and oils painter, illustrator in charcoal/conte portrait artist and instructor. Her work has been exhibited throughout Canada, USA, England, Italy, and Japan. She received training in commercial design and illustration in the corporate sign industry in Vancouver Canada, and designed for corporations for over a twelve year period from 1973 to 1985. She has had extensive training in watercolour painting and portraiture including workshops at the Federation of Canadian Artists workshops, the Metchosin School of the Arts and Fabriano in Aquarello International symposium workshops in Fabriano Italy (2015). She is a painting and drawing instructor in Canada at The Old School House Arts Centre in British Columbia, Provincial Government Parks & Recreation programs on Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada as well as holding workshops in Kobe, Kyoto and Zushi Japan.