Resident Masterpieces by Terry Joyce

May 8, 2024

Parkland Clayton Park

Terry Joyce, resident at Cameron Hall in Parkland Clayton Park, NS was joined by fellow residents and team members at the opening gala for his Art Exhibit.

Terry began painting when he was 12 years old. In highschool, his art teacher encouraged him to paint with oil colors which he used until the 1990’s when he switched to acrylic paints.

“I have painted landscapes outside, but the weather and age led me to using my own photographs for my compositions. My several week-long excursions with professional landscape photographers helped me in my creation and inspiration of compositions for paintings. I learned the ethics of using only my own photographs for my paintings.”

Over the years, Terry attended courses at colleges,galleries and various art groups in Ontario, Alberta and Nova Scotia and has sold paintings throughout the valley to agencies, restaurants and special exhibits.

“I have sold my paintings through an agency which advertised throughout Canada. I also sold works in restaurants in Kentville, Wolfville and Windsor as well at special exhibits at Acadia University when I was living in the Valley.”

At Parkland, we understand that wellness plays a significant role in helping our residents live their best lives. Through Parkland’s Harmony Wellness program, residents engage in activities and programs designed to stimulate their mind, body and soul.

Learn more about the Harmony Wellness Program at Parkland

Terry Joyce



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