Milly Ristvedt

Canadian, 1942
Milly Ristvedt 
Canadian b. 1942
Milly Ristvedt, BA, MA, RCA, began her career in Toronto in 1964 after studies with Takao Tanabe at the Vancouver School of Art. At 24, her work was included in the Centennial Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario and featured at the National Gallery of Canada. She was chosen for prestigious exhibitions in Winnipeg, Paris and Lausanne. By 1969, Ristvedt was sharing a studio with Jack Bush and showing with the Carmen Lamanna Gallery. Over her long career, Ristvedt has had over 50 solo exhibitions. In 2004, she was elected Member, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. In 2008, Ristvedt completed an undergraduate degree in Art History at Queen’s University and in 2011 she completed her MA also in Art History at Queen’s. For her service as an Advocacy Representative for artists at the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, she was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.
Ristvedt’s abstract, acrylic canvases are held in private, corporate and public collections including the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and Harvard University. Ristvedt is represented exclusively by Oeno Gallery.
Milly Ristvedt Paintings
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