Dana Irving

Drawn to the beauty of the Pacific Northwest having spent her formative years in Jasper National Park, Dana finds inspiration in both the quiet grandeur of the rainforest and in the power of the magnificent Rocky Mountains. Influenced by the painters of the 1930s including Canada’s own “Group of Seven”, Dana’s unique style has been described as “Emily Carr meets Dr. Seuss”.
Living in Canada where nature can be ignored by no one, Dana turns her artistic expression toward the spacious forests of ancient trees, emerald green rivers, mountains and the moody weather around it all. Dana is a noticeable presence in the North American art scene.