Original Paintings and Prints by Hilary Morris
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Autumn Days

The Holiday Season is looming!

The all - new assortment of 20 Seasonal Cards has been available for a few weeks now and is proving as popular as last year's Christmas card boxes. Get yours before they are gone!

My 2023 Wall Calendars and Coil-Bound Small Calendars are in stock at the studio and available around town now also. Look for the bright red cover featuring the painting of the Pitt Meadows Cranberry Bogs!

I have just received my new order of Jigsaw Puzzles and there are a few new images which were "puzzled" by special request. Doing Puzzles seems to be a super popular family pastime, so for the best selection of designs, shop early - here or in my studio.

Following their long transatlantic journeyVancouver Tea Towels and Tote Bags should arrive in the studio today, all being well ! I am very excited to get them packaged up and back onto the shelves of my studio sent out to all the wonderful stores which sell my work who have been waiting patiently for their backorders.

Also, look out for a brand new selection of Mini Prints and 8" x 10" framed prints in smart new frames, plus new Bookmark designs all in the studio and online as I update things in the next few weeks.

Wishing you all a colourful Autumn!

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Mondays - Fridays: 10.00am - 5.00pm.

Saturdays : 11.00am - 5.00pm

Sundays: 11.00am - 5.00pm

About Hilary

Soon after moving from the UK to Vancouver in 1987, Hilary picked up a paintbrush as a way of getting to know her new hometown. She had no idea then that she would be spending the next thirty years recording Vancouver’s ever-changing neighbourhoods and vistas in vibrant watercolour and Indian Ink. Her early paintings, which focused on the city’s historic buildings and local haunts, may have given way to wider panoramas of the city and its environs, but her images remain just as colourful and detailed. The city continues to grow and change, providing her plenty of new images to capture!
Hilary’s original paintings start off as detailed pen-and-ink drawings, after which Gouache (opaque watercolour) is added (sometimes along with watersoluble wax crayon, pencils and pigmented pen). The detail is finally added with India ink in a steel-tipped technical pen.