My current available works…
Hello! I have a few new paintings up on display at Baked Café here in Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. The show is up from February 7-mid March, 2014. Would love it if you could stop in and see the works!
Have a beautiful day!
Below: “Mia, Millennium Trail”, oil on canvas, 24″x18″, available.
New portrait of my friend Mia who came up from Toronto this past fall to visit. She fell in love with The Yukon…and who wouldn’t?
“Mia, Millennium Trail”, oil on canvas, 24″x18″, available at Abbozzo Gallery, Toronto, Ontario
Last fall shortly after I had moved to The Yukon Territory I went for a hike on Tally Ho Mountain with friends. The ice was so beautiful and the snow hadn’t arrived in earnest yet. A new form of water to try to capture!
A new portrait of my friend Emilie…another Ontario transplant like myself. Birds of a feather:)
Oil on canvas, 30″x40″, available at Abbozzo Gallery, Toronto, Ontario.
New painting hot off the easel! “Mia, Yukon River”, oil on panel, 6″x12″.
It is available at Abbozzo Gallery in Toronto, Ontario.
The environment is present, continually here. The light, the temperature, this river, all are hypnotic and the transitory nature of all of these elements is palpable every day. The Yukon River in particular tends to hold many people in its spell.
There has been quite a bit online writing about my swimming portraits lately. I am very thankful that these pieces have resonated with people as much as they have.
Temperatures are dropping here in Whitehorse but I am painting up a storm and keeping the studio fires burning!
Here is Design Taxi’s blog article: http://designtaxi.com/news/361739/Mesmerizing-Paintings-Of-Women-Gliding-Through-Water/
iGNANT has written a lovely article here: http://www.ignant.de/2013/11/01/swimming-portraits-by-heather-horton/
Another great article here by MyModernNet: http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/heather-horton-swimming-portraits
Here is what is on the easel currently. A portrait of my new friend and fellow Yukoner Emilie. She is a wonderful person and I am thrilled to paint her. This portrait is 30″x40″ and will be heading to Abbozzo Gallery as soon as is it complete and dry! http://abbozzogallery.com