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Abundance acrilico su tela 24 x 18 inch
Birds of fa eather acrilico su tela 30 x 48 inch
The down of beginnings acrilico su tela 48 x 36 inch
Beauty and the best acrilico su tela 20 x 16 inch
Royal codes acrilico su tela 18 x 24 inch
Expansion with ease and grace acrylic 48 x 36 inch


About her Art

International Professional Abstract Painter

Vancouver, B.C., Canada

Art has been in Doris Anderson’s heart from an early age however, her career and family were her main focus. Collecting art works and traveling over the years, she visited many world-renowned museums which helped her gain a deep understanding of the history of art. During her career with an international airline, she visited many major cities around the world and experienced a variety of cultures.

In 2013 Anderson decided to become a professional artist. In 2014 she participate in three juried group exhibitions, Good Vibrations, Visible Inspirations and The Emergence Art Show in Vancouver, Lower Mainland, B.C., Canada.

Anderson primarily pursued and studied painting with Laara WilliamSen, International Professional Painter, full time on a regular basis 2012 to 2018. The professional support, guidance and positive experience on this new journey led to many interviews with the Peace Art News, South Surrey, B.C., Canada.

Anderson has one art acquisition, seven international awards and held eleven solo exhibitions as well participated in eighteen international group shows and sixty-three group shows.

Her artwork, MOMENTS, was a recent acquisition made by The Museum lo Conte del Cravaggio in San Giovanni La Punta, Catania, Sicily, Italy on October 3rd, 2023.

Anderson’s paintings are held in private collections in Canada, the U.S.A., Poland, Norway, Germany, Italy, Australia, New Zealand and China.


I’ve always been intuitive and thoroughly charmed by continuous learning. My reverence for meditative spirituality and how it can nurture and heal is a huge catalyst for my art-making. As it is with every artist, my creative process is unique. When I’m painting, impressions build slowly for me, and quite often, in what seems like a spontaneous flurry, they explode onto my canvas. I often look up at the end of a painting session and can’t recall exactly how I got there.


Whether my art is hanging in a private and quiet part of a home, a corporate boardroom, or a bustling public lobby, I want people to look at my work and have it cultivate and inspire their own vision.