Original Paintings and Prints by Hilary Morris
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Summer Sunshine, Busy Days

2025 Wall Calendars are here!

Lots of new paintings showing places around the Lower Mainland (along with a few old favourites), plus plenty of room to note down all your important stuff. Same price as last year - who could ask for more?!!

Also the small calendars will be here, before the end of July - so all in all, no excuses for forgetting your 2025 appointments and dates!

My redesigned Coaster sets and new Table Mats are in stock now and proving to be very popular at the Studio. All the way from the UK and made beautifully by the same fine folk who make my Tea Towels and Tote Bags, these Melamine Mats are heat resistant and easy to keep clean and looking beautiful. My first order was of a limited quantity, so make sure you grab them early as I know these ones will go quickly.

Available now in the studio or here in my online store.

All my Summer Shows seem to be squeezed into a shorter period of time this year, beginning on July 28th with my first Ladner Village Market of the Season. This is followed closely by the Harmony Arts Festival.

Summer Show Dates:

July 28th. Ladner Village Market 10am - 4pm

August 2nd - 5th. Harmony Arts Festival, Ambleside, West Vancouver.

August 11th & 25th. Ladner Village Market - 10am - 4pm

September 8th. Ladner Village Market 10 am - 4pm

Current Studio Hours

Mondays -Tuesdays 10am - 4pm

Wednesdays - Fridays 10am - 5pm

Saturdays and Sundays 11am - 5pm

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.