Canadian Artist Leah Dockrill studied art at the University of Alberta and the Toronto School of
Art. Her academic education includes Education and Law degrees from
Dalhousie University, and Master of Library Science, University of
Her visual art practice began with watercolour paintings and evolved
into acrylic paintings on canvas, mixed media, collage, and digital art. Her subject matter includes many
genres – landscape, botanical themes, still life, coastal imagery,
During Leah’s art career she has exhibited her work primarily in Ontario, and also in Halifax, Calgary, Montreal, and Victoriaville, Quebec. Selected public exhibition venues include the Leighton Art Centre, Calgary; The Halifax Club and the Nova Scotia Archives, Halifax; Propeller Centre, Toronto; the (formerly) Hummingbird Centre, Toronto; Scarborough Arts Council, Toronto; the Art Gallery of Northumberland, Cobourg, Ontario; Gallery on the Grande, Waterloo; the Women’s Art Association of Canada; Latcham Gallery, Stouffville, Ontario; Laidlaw Art Gallery, Mississauga; Musee Laurier, Victoriaville, Quebec; Joseph Carrier Gallery, Toronto.
Currently, Leah is represented in Toronto by the Norman Felix Gallery.
She has been an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists since 2000.
Additional examples of Leah's work can be viewed at: Society of Canadian Artists, Norman Felix, Toronto Art and Artists Info.