Here are four paintings which have recently sold from Abbozzo Gallery in Toronto! Happy Canada 150th to all of my fellow Canucks, and wishing you peace and happiness today and every day, no matter where you are. <3
“What Dreams May Come” was a wonderful success…thank-you to all who came to see the show, purchased paintings, and also those of you who came to the artist talk too!
I am working on new paintings now for 2017…I have finally updated this website so be on the lookout for new works available soon! Below is one new water painting which is currently available at Abbozzo Gallery in Toronto, and two which have just been spoken for!
With best wishes and a healthy happy New Year!
There’s a lot happening this week! First, opening this Thursday May 12th and running until May 17th “The Revenant” and “Gayle, Certain” are both a part of “Go Figure”, a group show of figurative works by Abbozzo Gallery happening at First Canadian Place at 100 King Street West in downtown Toronto. Opening reception is 5-7pm. You can find out more information here: http://abbozzogallery.com/go-figure-first-canadian-place/
Also, I’m off to Chicago on Friday for a charity auction to raise money for cancer research happening in West Fulton Market Friday evening:) I have painted a special portrait of cancer survivors whom I was paired up with via Brushes with Cancer, a fabulous Chicago-based charity. More information can be found here:
Have a wonderful week and hopefully see you at one of the openings/events!
Tuesday November 25th “Return To The Wild” will be airing on PBS. It is a programme about Christopher McCandless, and I am delighted to be a small part of it. My artwork is included in the show as well as answering questions about what inspired me to create the paintings. Tune in on Tuesday! Please see the rest of my body of work inspired by Chris here on this site.
“Chris’ Canoe, Near Golfo”, oil on canvas, 18″x24″, private collection, Virginia Beach, VA
I am very proud to announce that my painting “Montana Mountain I” was chosen for the cover of the 2014/2015 Northwestel Phonebook cover!
I am over the moon at having my work selected. Click the link below to read a story that The Yukon News recently
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.
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