John Serediuk


“Through my art, I provide the viewer with an awareness of the delicate balance which exists between wildlife and their environment. My own personal reaction to nature and wildlife creates a dominant theme throughout my work. With the bold elements in which I surround my subjects my statement comes to life. Each image is stark with high realism, juxtaposed with bold colors to reveal a visionary dreamlike quality.

Participating in several solo exhibitions such as the Wye Marsh Wildlife Art Festival, Canadian Ducks Unlimited, Mountsberg Conservation Wildlife Art Festival and the Michigan Wildlife Art Expo. My works can also be found in private collections internationally.

My exploration of the conservation of wildlife through my body work seeks to bring an everlasting beauty and appreciation to the natural world around us.”

Group Exhibitions
Cumberland Museum & Archives located in Cumberland, BC. From April 15 to May 24.
Group Exhibition: The Algonquin Art Center; Spectrum: Study of Light

Arts for Conservation 2022: Live Exhibit/Virtual Exhibit/Companion Book: Live Exhibit located at: Van Dusen Botanical Gardens in Vancouver Canada: September 23-26
Group Exhibition: The Algonquin Art Centre; Algonquin Provincial Park: Birds of Algonquin

The Sprit of the Group of Seven: Algonquin Art Centre- July 14th to October 17th
NOAPS- Spring Online International Exhibition- May 22-July 22 (Deep Thoughts)
Society of Canadian Artist (SCA) International Online Juried Exhibition: March 15-June 15, (Deep Thoughts)

NOAPS-On Line International Fall Show – Accepted Art- Vetus Amicus
Hibernation Arts Group Show
Creative Nomads: Virtual Culture Day Exhibit

OMAH: Orillia Museum of Art & History
Orillia Fine Arts Association
Present Signature Member of the Arts for Conservation

Artwork to be Showcased