A significant area of Lynda Gammon’s artistic production has dealt with ideas of  space, time and inhabitation through the disciplines of sculpture, performance, assemblage, photography and collage. Her work is positioned between the flat illusionistic space of photography and the volumetric physical space of sculpture.

Gammon, studied at The University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, [B.A. English] and York University [M.F.A. 1983]. She is currently Associate Professor Emeritus in the Visual Arts Department at the University of Victoria where she has taught for over thirty years.   She has been the recipient of  numerous BC Arts Council and Canada Council grants and is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art. In 2004 Gammon established flask which is dedicated to the production and publication of books by artists and writers. She is currently a Board member of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the Victoria Art Council.

Selected Professional & Creative Achievements

Lynda Gammon’s work has been exhibited at The Nickle Art Museum [Calgary], The Contemporary Art Gallery [Vancouver], Mercer Union Gallery [Toronto], Plug-In Gallery [Winnipeg], Presentation House Gallery [Vancouver], Vancouver Art Gallery, McMaster Museum [Hamilton], Simon Fraser Gallery [Burnaby], The Legacy Gallery [Victoria], Gallery 44 [Toronto], Gallery 101 [Ottawa], The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, The Galerie Jorge Alyskewycz [Paris], The Westergasfabreik, [Amsterdam], Salle de Bains [Rotterdam], Stride Gallery [Calgary], Platform centre for photographic + digital arts [Winnipeg], Vu, centre de diffusion et de production de la photographie [Quebec City], Oakville Galleries [Oakville ON]; The Southern Alberta Art Gallery [Lethbridge], The Slide Room Gallery [Victoria], the Equinox Gallery [Vancouver], Shambhala Centre [Victoria] and The Victoria Arts Council. She curated  Work’PLACE‘ (Open Space, 2014), co-curated Realities Follies (Open Space, 2015) and  curated the absence of the origin of its likeness (Open Space, 2016). Her work is in the collections of the Canada Council Art Bank, The Musee d’Art Contemporain de Montreal, The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, The Legacy Gallery and the Vancouver Art Gallery.