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Carrie Ruddy is an impressionistic artist from Kirkfield, Ontario. She studied as a graphic designer at Durham College and worked several years as a design artist at multiple Toronto newspapers before transitioning back into the fine arts. Originally from Coboconk, Ontario, the beauty of nature, especially the captivating landscapes of her country roots, provide limitless inspiration for her art. Soft pastels are one of her favourite mediums, having been inspirited by the works and teachings of modern impressionist, Karen Margulis among others. Carrie’s work has been shown as part of the 100 Small Artworks Show and Sale at the Clarington Visual Arts Centre, the Trees Exhibition at the Colborne Street Gallery in Fenelon Falls, and as part of The Durham Art Showcase at MP Erin O’Toole’s office. Several pieces of her work are currently featured in MP Erin O’Toole’s 2021 non-partisan calendar.