Breanne Bandur (b. Simcoe, Ontario) is a Saskatoon-based emerging visual artist. Breanne holds a Diploma in Fine Arts from Dawson College (Montréal, 2012), a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design University (Halifax, 2015), and an MFA from the University of Saskatchewan (Saskatoon, 2021). Her practice is rooted in drawing and mark making; her drawings are large-scale, gestural, abstract works that engage in the complexities of formal visual art language, as well as a wide range of material exploration.
Her work has been included in group and solo exhibitions throughout Canada. Solo exhibitions include Ebb and Flow at AKA Artist-Run in Saskatoon, and Records of Being at the Anna Leonowens Gallery in Halifax. Selected group exhibitions have taken place at the Warren G. Flowers Gallery (Montréal, QC), the Anna Leonowens Gallery (Halifax, NS), Centre  for Print & Media Art (Hamilton, ON), the Gordon Snelgrove Gallery (Saskatoon, SK), and the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie (Grande Prairie, AB).
Breanne is the recipient of grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and SK Arts, and her work is held in the Department of Art & Art History Collection at the University of Saskatchewan.