Norma Siegle was born in Calgary, Alberta and exhibited a keen interest in art from an early age. Artistic ability and dedication to her craft have resulted in numerous public art displays. A graduate of the prestigious Alberta College of Art with a major in Visual Communications (1976), she enjoys a career in the commercial art field.
Working in several artistic disciplines,
Norma has clearly captured the richness and enjoyment of life
through her art. Her attention to detail is evident in the rendering
of St. Patrick's Church.
Norma has produced a number of graphite drawings, colored pencil drawings and watercolor paintings which portray the celebration and tradition of the Highland bagpipes, drums and Highland dancing, very much a part of her Scottish heritage.
Increased demand for private and corporate commissions, nationally and inter-nationally, attests to the growing demands for her artistic talents.
Norma Siegle markets her artwork
and lithograph prints through Creative Tartan Images in Cochrane,
Alberta. Her artwork has been on display at numerous Highland
games and Highland dance competitions throughout Canada including
notable events such as the Canadian Highland Dancing Championships
and the Fergus Scottish Festival. Her artwork is also available
at various specialty shops in Canada and the United States.