About Gwyneth

"Never too young to help someone."

 

 

Young Award Winning Canadian born Artist Gwyneth Herrera started her first contact with the fascinating world of painting when she was only 18 months old and she demonstrated a focused interest in details and colors since she was 6 months old.

through her father`s hand (a professional artist & international trained Architect-designer) Gwyneth was directly involved with art and murals.

At the age of 2, surprisingly she had developed her own unique painting style. By the age of 3, she had created 20 professional sized paintings. In spite of her tender age, she has captured the attention of many people and art collectors nationally and internationally for her genuineness and sincere love for art. She has shown a perceptual creativity of uniqueness and simplicity in her artwork. She immersed herself into the wonderful creation that God has designed.

In nature is where she finds her inspiration.

In Spring 2012, she donated two of her beautiful paintings to Ronald McDonald House Toronto.

Her first exhibition opened in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada at Visual Arts Mississauga Gallery in January 2013 at the tender age of 4. 

 

In 2016 She was the winner of the " Visionary of the Year by Vision Awards." A recognition for her philanthropy, and works of art.  

Gwyneth has been interviewed by recognized Journalists in Toronto, Susan Hay (Global Toronto News), Laura Kane (Toronto Star), David Patterson (Mississauga News) Martha Pinzon and Norman Patino. (Radio Voces Latinas, CHHA 1610 AM). 

 

Acknowledgment

 

  -On September 7th., 2018, Gwyneth has been nominated for the "Achievement Awards" by Vigor Awards International.

   -Recognition as "One of the Youngest Artist on Canvas in the World"

 

   -October 15th, 2017, was a keynote speaker alongside with your honorable Hazel McCallion during the BMW ceremony.

 

   -October 15th, 2017, Recipient of 2017, Student of the Year Award during the Brilliant Minded Women ceremony (BMW)

 

   -November 13th, 2017, Gwyneth Herrera has been nominated as an Everyday Political Citizen (EPC)

 

   -September 28th, 2017, Gwyneth was one of the young speakers during the presentation and launching of the children book  called

     "I Dare U2 Bee" 

 

   -On September 20th, 2017, Gwyneth finished a charitable painting depicting the Bee which was unveiled during the children book

     launching ceremony.  " I Dare U2 Bee."

 

   -On June 4th, 2017 Gwyneth received a recognition as one of the "150 Top Latin America Profile in Canada", organized by Melog in Ottawa

 

 

   -In April 2017 Gwyneth was a guest speaker during the graduation class of children in Colombia, South America.

 

   -In June 2017 Gwyneth presented her Art Work and gave a speech  during the Second International Convention for Gifted Children

     in Mexico City. 

 

   -In August 2016 Gwyenth's Painting called Callalily was featured to Celebrate the Gifted Children Day in Germany.

 

   -October 2016 Gwyneth was invited as a special guest speaker at the Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation ( CMIIC), managed 

     by the Government of Canada for United Way.

 

   -In October 2016  Gwyneth won "The Young Visionary of the Year " by Vision Awards

 

   -In September 2016 she was a finalist for the InFAME Awards. Recognizing the best artist in fashion, art & entertainment.

 

   -October 01, 2014, Gwyneth was a special guest at Mexico Valley University.

 

   -January 31, 2013, Martha Pinzon and Norman Patino. (Radio Voces Latinas, CHHA 1610 AM)

 

   -January 17, 2013, Gwyneth has been interviewed by Laura Kane (Toronto Star)

 

   -January 15, 2013, David Patterson (Mississauga News)

 

   -January 14-20, 2013, Her first art exhibition at Visual Arts Mississauga Gallery

 

   -In January 2013, Gwyneth was featured on many websites such as Materialicious, torontohispano etc.

 

   -March 19, 2012, Gwyneth was featured on "Making a difference", presented by Susan Hay, Global News

 

   -In Spring 2012, she donated two paintings to Ronald McDonald House Toronto, featured by Global News