• Nature Hangs In The Balance, 2014
This painting is all about details. Each creature is carefully observed and represented. Christine Hammond believes that seeing the details is a sign of respect. It is about really trying to understand...
licks my nose
and I scratch him.
Glor-Bell communicates his titles to the workers at H'art through a process of suggestion and elimination. He has a studio at home and loves cats as much as he loves using lines, layering, and...
• My Niece Is Playing With A Balloon, 2014
Doug Garrow is a proud uncle: his joy can barely be contained by the edges of his paper. He creates a liminal barrier with a frame drawn and decorated using the same colours as the figure itself...
• A Barking Dog In My Garden, 2014
• A Page In My Journal, 2014
• A Picture Of Me, 2014
The three works that Jenny Francis has in Turning The Page are pen and ink on a colour field. Her first inspiration is colour; she chooses a colour to...
• The Kid From Caboolture, 2014
• Dream Idol, 2014
I love anything to do with Australia.
I love to jump.
I jumped to life when I was eighteen years old.
I became the worlds’ greatest fan of Keith Urban. He means a whole lot to me. My...
• Circles and Letters In The Air, 2014
circle and letters in the air.
Megan Donovan picked a daunting task for this painting: she is painting the air.
Unlike J.M.W. Turner's...
• Rain Flowers, 2014
details with Butterfly and Birds with Spiders,
a good landscaping on the season of summer.
describe the water with fish and rocks,
I love the flower with rain drops on the sky.
I can use...
• Queen Lucy Loves Spring, 2014
Lucy lives with Anna Coulombe. She was Anna’s 25th birthday gift. Lucy, the big grey cat loves flowers and like all cats is actually the ruler of her family; that is why she is the queen! This joyful...
• Me Ma Mo, 2014
The choir is singing
Mi Ma Mo
with their arms up.
The bird is singing
with a tulip on its head.
They feel good when they sing.
I’m in a choir and I like to sing.
Bright colours make me feel good.
• I’m Always On My Toes, 2014
This time I choose something different
my first time to paint this.
I usually paint myself as a Rhythmic Gymnast.
ribbon, hoop, rope and ball
very graceful figure.
I want to try to paint...
• Secret Island, 2014
Bronze and gold glimmer through aqua blues so that water and land are intertwined in this vision of the harmonious meeting of two elements. The jewel tones in this landscape underline the idea that it is a secret,...
• Winds in D Minor, 2014
• The Oak Tree’s Son, 2014
Declan Carpen’s The Oak Tree’s Son is a self-portrait. A previous painting (The Oak Tree) is a portrait of his father. For him, a tree is a source of life. He speaks about the...
• Chelsea Sniffing The Ground and Lifting Her Doggy Head Up At My Bedroom Window, 2014
• The Trees Are Pushing Their Trunks Up, Lifting Their Branches and Making Quiet Noises, 2014
The trees are pushing their trunks.
The trees are at the...
• The Waves Of Hope, 2014
The Waves of Hope is a succulently painted meditation on landscapes. The colours range from bright to stormy in a unique way. Viewing this work from far away creates an amazing idea of weather, and the movement...
• Roses Asleep In The Night, 2014
Elaine Bell’s sleeping roses are painted in the loving memory of her mother who passed away. She is painting her family in a spiritual manner so that they are imagined as flowers sleeping in a garden. “...
Irene Becks’ work was shown simultaneously at G101 and SAW Gallery. To be curated by two artist run centres was an unprecedented thing for H’Art of Ottawa.
Her lunch bags were kept by H’Art Studio Executive Director Lin...
born in Edmonton, Canada | resides in New York, USA
Elise Rasmussen received her BFA from Ryerson University (2004) and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2007) as a Merit Scholar. Elise is represented by ESP |...
Chikonzero (Chiko) Chazunguza is a Zimbabwean visual artist and provocateur, whose multimedia artworks raise searching questions about the postcolonial condition and about the unstable role and nature of art in its postcolonial context....
Clara Venice is a young singer and one-girl multi-instrument band, whose live performance is a high-wire act that must be seen and heard to be believed. She is a classically trained violinist, a songwriter with pop sensibility, and one of...