Denise Flaman is a visual artist living in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Her studies have led to observations of both practical life scenes and landscape. She is conscious of the beauty of the breaking down of life and all its things. She reflects those observations and the idea of the “held” moment with paint and drawing materials to emphasize composition, colour, and mark making. She has studied drawing and painting at the University of Saskatchewan and has taken classes with the USCAD program. She has participated in group exhibitions at the John V. Hicks Gallery at the Prince Albert Arts Centre and the St. Thomas More Art Gallery in Saskatoon.