Joanna McFarland

Non-objective art is free from conventional, representational art such as landscape and figures. They are expressions of personal liberation, into which I invite you to explore and discover. I follow in the footsteps of 20th century abstract expressionists such as Clyfford Still, Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko. But I have an affinity with other female contemporary non-objective painters such as Fujiko Shiraga and Lila Lewis Irving.



The Artist Project Contemporary Art Fair

Delighted to be exhibiting at The Artist Project in Toronto!

Works of art from over 250 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad.  

Visit my Page. Visit my Booth No. 935.  

Better Living Centre, Exhibition Place, 195 Princes’ Boulevard, Toronto.

Get a $5 discount on regular admission tickets for Friday February 24th - Sunday February. Please note that the code is valid until February 26th at 6pm EST.


Artist Project Preview

Seeing Is Believing

They say ‘perception is reality’, but sometimes there can be more than one reality! All art is a form of ‘trompe l’oeile’, a trick of the eye, an illusion. Our imaginations work hard to tell a story of what we see. And what we see, we often believe.  I've
created a new series of non-objective art for The Artist Project. See what you see. View Preview.


Interview will be up soon at The Gathered Gallery.



Gallery is open Thursday to Sunday. 10am to 5pm. Or by appointment.

233 Main Street, Wellington, Ontario, Canada.  K0K 3L0

t: (613) 399 5892

e: joanna@joannamcfarland.ca

Prince Edward County Arts Trail
Prince Edward County Arts Council
Prince Edward County Studio Tour
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