Original Paintings and Prints by Hilary Morris
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Heading towards Summer!

It seems that the spring blossoms are in glorious full bloom and finally the days are (mostly) bright and sunny. It wont be long before I am heading out to Summer Markets and keeping the Studio Doors open all day.

What's happening at the studio?

The New paintings of the 2025 Calendars are now done and off with Jim who does all the graphics for me. All being well, both the 2025 Wall and Small Coil Bound Calendars will be available early this year - at the beginning of the Summer - and for sale at all my Summer Shows and Markets.

The new Christmas Cards designs are also well on the way - though the less said about Christmas this early in the year, the better!

Keep an eye out for my new Coasters and Placemats arriving soon - ready for Summer Shows. I am excited to see this brand new product - arriving from the same fab folk who make my Textiles in the UK. I know the quality is going to be awesome and judging by the samples I have seen, I think they are going to be very popular.

Please check my "NEWS" section for dates of the Summer shows I will be doing this year.

Spring 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.