Sean Smith is an artist, writer and event curator living in Toronto. He was the inaugural Artist/Scholar-in-Residence at the University of Western Ontario’s Department of Visual Arts, and currently teaches studio practice at OCAD...
Natascha Niederstrass holds an MFA from York University in Toronto (2001) and a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal (1997). Using video, photography and installation, Niederstrass's work underlines the ambiguity of signs and cultural...
Tanya Lukin Linklater's practice spans experimental choreography, performance, video, and text. Her work has been performed/exhibited nationally and internationally. She is compelled by the interstices of visual art and poetry, pedagogy (...
Born in Hearst, Northern Ontario, Laurent Vaillancourt was among the leaders spearheading the awakening of the Franco-Ontarian arts community of the early 1970s, a movement which led him to choose Hearst as his base and art as his calling...
Riaz Mehmood is a multidisciplinary artist originally from Pakistan. After obtaining a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Engineering and Technology in Peshawar, Riaz went on to complete the Integrated Media program at...
Amanda Burk is an artist from Ontario whose practice is centred in drawing. She received her MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 2003 and her Honours BA Fine Arts Specialization from the University of Waterloo, 2001. Her...
Since 1979, Sarah Link has been creating installations with multiple component ceramic forms. Link attributes the use of repetition and sequence as part of the historical referents in ceramic history where potters reproduced objects for...
Annie Dunning maintains a multidisciplinary practice, based in sculpture and installation. Her work also includes mail art, collaboration, book works, video and sound work. She holds a BFA from Mount Allison University, NB and an MFA from...
Khadija baker is a multi-disciplinary artist of Kurdish – Syrian descent living in Montreal. Her installations investigate social and political themes centered on the uncertainty of home as it relates to...
Khadija baker is a multi-disciplinary artist of Kurdish – Syrian descent living in Montreal. Her installations investigate social and political themes centered on the uncertainty of home as it relates to persecution, identity, displacement...
Dorothy Berry, Erica Berechree, Antonella Calvano, Nicholas Capaldo, Boris Cipusev, Scott Ferguson, Ruth Howard, Kate Knight, Adrian Lazarro, Wayne Marnell, Christopher Mason, Graham McBride, Cameron Noble, Jodie Noble, Nhan Nguyen, Daniel...
• The Mountain Where The Tree Is, 2014
Jeffery Denton is the newest member of H’Art. His goal is to become a professional artist. This painting on paper illustrates a mythical creature that is a cross between Godzilla and a dinosaur. He...
• Sea Turtle In Crashing Waves On The Beach With Seaweed Movement On a Hot Sunny Day, 2014
• Sea Turtle, Moving Seaweed, Seashells In The Pacific Ocean , 2014
• In The Garden, 2014
Sea turtles (made in underwater in the sea)
• The Crocodile Can’t See The Bear Coming, 2014
This is a story as old as time. Animals all have different times to come to the water for a drink. In this case, there may be a conflict. The rocks around the water are shielding the bear...
• The Story Is All In One Big Family, 2014
the lovely girl Colleen Clarkson.
She is very pretty and sweet
She has loving parents who support and
care and love her very much.
Her beautiful mother
• Alexa's Most Beautiful Cupcakes, 2014
Alexa likes her work to make viewers hungry. The cup cakes are depicted in a grid, just the way the cup cake pans space the cupcakes so that they each have enough room to bake. Like someone baking...
• Persephone, Spring Is Here, 2014
• Summer Is A Dream of Colour, Imagination, and Lights, 2014
flower is B,
Rainbow –B and C.
She is feeling free like Persephone.
Sun-spring being with her
Hot Hot Hot....