• Yvonne Kydd
  • Yvonne Kydd
  • Yvonne Kydd

Born and raised in Whitewood, Saskatchewan, Yvonne calls upon her-first-hand knowledge of rural life to depict her prairie landscape paintings. Since 1981, Yvonne has painted with striking realism.The beauty she sees in abandoned homesteads, historic buildings and small towns set against the ever changing prairie sky inspires her interpretation of this beautiful province.

This style has earned high recognition in the art community and has made her one of Saskatchewan’s most sought after artists of prairie landscapes and historical buildings.

Yvonne’s focus is now on a corporate contract with the City of Regina where she provides a custom commissioned piece for years of service awards for city employees.

Yvonne’s paintings have been featured on several corporate calendars and art cards throughout Canada. Collectors from around the world have sought out her award-winning work and can he found in both private and corporate collections.

My Gallery
Award Winning

Yvonne’s work has been displayed in many galleries throughout Saskatchewan and Western Canada. Some of Yvonne's most noteworthy pieces featuring local landmarks are, “A” Block, RCMP Training Depot, The Original City Hall commissioned for the Police World Games as well as the Knox Metropolitan Church.


Yvonne was commissioned by the Government of Saskatchewan in 2010 to capture the history of the Métis. The 6’ by 5’ work of art is displayed at Government House in Regina Yvonne has captured the history in many of Regina’s historic buildings such as, Regina Grey Nuns Hospital, The Plains Hospital, Central Collegiate, Balfour Collegiate as well as many more.

Over 36 Years of Painting

Buildings, Houses ...


Pets, Cars ...


Nature, wildlife ...


Harvest, Sunset ...

  • Perfect View
  • Chateau at Kenosee Lake
  • Holiday in Peru
  • #1 Fire Hall
  • Blue Bird Cafe, Regina Beach

I take inspiration from older structures as they are fast disappearing.These pieces of history have robust stories to tell, these stories spark my creativity. Not only do I enjoy these unique pieces of our history, I also enjoy paining clients personal homes and cabins.

Commission Work

Subjects vary when I take on a commissioned painting, from a special pet, an antique car, ones homestead that is long gone or a special vacation. The subject matter has endless possibilities when creating a personal piece of art that is dear to my clients heart. Some commissions take me out of my comfort zone, but the joy the artwork brings to my client when they see their personal piece, is very gratifying.


Capturing the the natural beauty and detailed composition in ever changing landscapes is as subject matter that I truly enjoy and love to share with my clients.


As a Saskatchewan country girl, this is a subject I am very comfortable with and can relate to. The beauty of our four seasons and our prairie sky, there is nothing like it.

  • “When I walked into the booth there was such feeling. I looked at the pictures and could imagine myself back in time.”

    Irene Baran
    Client Comment
  • “We are enjoying ourselves immmensely admiring your work. The painting is beautiful; it's all we had hoped for and more. The detail, realism and color are incredibly precise.”

    Dagmar and Marvin Romanow
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  • “We are very pleased with the painting and weill be looking forward to the next one. Thank you very much.”

    Geraldine Casgrave
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  • “I am very pleased with your work and have received many compliments on it. Thanks again.”

    Wes Beker
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My Studio
Phone Number:
(306) 761-1231
For address, please call first if you would like to visit my studio. It is by apointment only. Thank You!