Sequoia seedling defies the odds by surviving a Chelsea winter.
See The Ottawa Citizen Arts coverage: If Banksy was Bakesy, would he make a gingerbread street like this Ottawa-area artist did?
Paul Gessell. “Picture Perfect: A primer on where to buy art in Ottawa”. Ottawa Magazine, Shopping 2012/2012. p. 22-23.
India ink on free-range chicken egg, 2012.
Drawing made with sun, snow and shadows on a late February afternoon…
Paul Gessell’s article in Ottawa Magazine, November 18, 2011 follows a selection of artists formerly represented by Dale Smith Gallery, and looks at what they are doing now. http://www.ottawamagazine.com/culture/artful-blogger/2011/11/18/artful-blogger-closing-of-dale-smith-marks-a-shake-up-in-ottawa-art-scene/
As an oil painter who uses solvents and glazes, I am often asked about the best ways to guard my health without sacrificing technique. Admittedly, it is a balancing act that I have not yet perfected, as experimental techniques can be more alluring than following procedure. Other than the obvious (wear a proper respirator and [...]
SARAH HATTON, Meech Lake 1. oil, resin on panel, 48″ x 36SARAH HATTON| GREEN DECEMBER 5 – 30, 2008 I am pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition of my latest body of work, Green, at Dale Smith Gallery, Ottawa. This exhibition consists of new large-scale paintings inspired by the trees of Gatineau Park. Green opens [...]
This is a recent article in Ottawa’s Le Droit by Claude Bouchard about Harbinger, the group exhibition at Dale Smith Gallery. My painting, Chicory (Search Party) is featured in the article.
Jul 31 – Aug 17, 2008 Opening Reception July 31, 7-9pm Sarah Hatton Search Party: Chicory 2008 Oil, Resin on panel, 24″ x 36″ Harbinger – A summer group exhibition and sale of new work by 21 Gallery and guest artists harbinger [hahr-bin-jer], n. A person who goes ahead and makes known the approach of [...]