Biography

Lynda Cronin is a Canadian artist who was born in Dublin, Ireland and now lives and works in Ottawa, Canada. She creates multi-media sculptural installations and drawings referencing, landscape, geography, migration and history. Her work is held in many private and public collections including the National Library of Canada, City of Ottawa, Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, Canadian Hearing Society and Children’s Hospital Foundation , Ottawa.

She has exhibited widely over the last 25 years, with an upcoming residency at Uillinn Art Centre in Ireland (2019) Oeno Gallery, sculpture park, Picton (2017) Enriched Bread Artists, Unscripted, group drawing exhibition, Ottawa (2018) Autumn Gallery, artifact series, Toronto (2015). 

Cronin has completed numerous public art commissions including; Tempus (2017) aluminium painted sculpture for rapid transit in Ottawa, ShapeShifter (2013) aluminium and powder coated sculpture for Ottawa Little Theatre; Curtain Call (2011) a  two part 60 metre glass mosaic tile wall for Centrepointe Theatre. Her work has been supported by the Taylor Award, Trillium Foundation, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council and the Arts Council of Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon