Ontario Society of Artists
I am very pleased to announce that I was accepted by jury into the esteemed Ontario Society of Artists, OSA, based in the Arts and Letters Club, Toronto, made famous by the Group of Seven.
May 15 – October 12, 2018
Artists from Away
Deep River Gallery at the Town Hall in Deep River. A group show of invited artists.
June 5 – July 8, 2018
My biennial Solo show at Cube Gallery, Ottawa. Fresh new plien air and studio work from recent sketching trips in the Ottawa Valley, the East Coast, the Canadian North and the American Southwest.
Vernissage: June 7, 7 – 9 pm
Cube Gallery, 1285 Wellington St. West, Ottawa K1Y 3A8. 613-728-2111
July 21 – 22, 2018
Madawaska Valley Studio Tour – Summer
The very popular backroads tour of 20 creative studios with 33 artists and artisans. I’ll have new original oils of all sizes, giclée reproductions, books, 2019 calendars. My guest is Kathryn Kasaboski with her beautiful raku work. If you can’t make it to the summer tour you have another chance in the Fall! www.madawaskastudiotour.com
July 28, 2018
Presentation at Couples Resort
Kathy Haycock is first in a series by Wild Women, Painters of the Wilderness in which we will share our artwork and passion for painting with Couples Resort guests on three summer Saturday mornings. From 9 am to 12 noon in the dining room annex, Couples Resort, Whitney, Ontario. Google Map
September 29 – 30, 2018
Madawaska Valley Studio Tour – Fall
This popular studio tour is bigger than ever this year with 33 artists and artisans at 20 studios. Brochures with maps available at local stores, tourist info and online at www.madawaskastudiotour.com. If you missed the summer tour don’t miss this one.
The following Galleries feature Kathy’s artwork year round. There is always something new to view.
Wilno Craft Gallery – 19 Borutski Street, Wilno, Ontario K0J 2N0. 613-756-3010
Large selection featuring the landscapes of Wild Women. New: original oils, giclee reproductions, prints and art cards.
Purvis Gallery and Framing – 86 Pembroke St. W. Pembroke, Ontario. 613-735-4051
Small oils with the option of choosing a custom frame.
Moose on the Beach – at Opeongo Mountain Resort. 949 Lake Clear Road, Eganville, Ontario K0J 1T0
off Hwy 512 west of Eganville, Ontario, 613-754-2054 or 1-800-565-9623 (seasonal).
Wilderness landscapes of the Lake Clear area.
The Woodland Studio – 341 Wittke Road, off Hwy 512, west of Eganville, Ontario
Kathy welcomes you to her working studio any time, year round. There is always something on the easel and lots of new work on the walls. Please call ahead so she will not miss you!
firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-628-1388. More info
Past Exhibitions, Juried Shows, Festivals (selected)
|2017||Artists for Conservation – In February Kathy Haycock was awarded the honour “Artist of the Month”. Artists for Conservation is an international artists’ group which promotes conservation worldwide through their art. Kathy’s painting “A Special Place” was chosen for their 2016-17 Art Exhibition to travel through China.|
|June 8 – July 14, 2017. East Central Ontario Art Association 59th Annual juried show. John W. Parrott Art Gallery.|
|2016||April 26 – May 29, 2016. The Magical Edge – Solo Exhibition. Cube Gallery|
|July 29 – August 31, 2016. Wild Women Painters of the Wilderness. Algonquin Park Visitors Centre.
Three person show: Kathy Haycock, Joyce Burkholder and Linda Sorensen
|September 7 through October 1, 2016. In the Prevailing Wind – Solo Exhibition. Art Gallery of Bancroft|
|2015||Wild Women, Wilderness Landscapes. Exhibition. South of 60 Arts Centre|
|SCA – Society of Canadian Artists – Open National Juried Show Gainsborough Galleries|
|Wild Women – Seasons of the Wilderness. Eclipse Gallery, Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville, Ontario.|
|2014||Kathy Haycock – Solo – Cube Gallery|
|Celebrating Algonquin and Beyond – Wild Women presentation at the Visitor Centre, Algonquin Park.|
|Wild Women Painters of the Wilderness – book launch at the Women’s Art Association of Canada in Toronto.|
|2013||Art Gallery of Bancroft: “Wild Women Painters of the Wilderness”|
|2012||Cube Gallery: “Haycock” Like Father, like Daughter|
|2010-2013||Marianne van Silfhout Gallery, Brockville, Ontario. 2013 Best of Show “Painting the Canadian Landscape”|
|2009,2011-2012||Society of Canadian Artists, Papermill Gallery, Tomorden Mills Museum, Toronto. Honourable mention 2011|
|2008||University of Alaska, Museum of the North (Fairbanks)|
|2008||Agnes Jamieson Gallery, Minden, Ontario – Wild Women|
|2008,2011-2014||Art Gallery of Bancroft, Bancroft, Ontario. 2012 – Merit Award|
|2007||McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinberg, Ontario|
|2007||Legislative Assembly, Iqaluit, Nunavut|
|2007,2008||Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife, NWT|
|2007||Barber Gallery, Guelph, Ontario|
|2007,2011||Society of Canadian Artists juried show Leighton Centre, Calgary, Alberta|
|2007-2008||J. D. Carrier Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario: Arctic Quest|
|2013||J. D. Carrier Art Gallery, Toronto, Ontario: SCA Juried annual show|
|2006-2007||Vancouver Maritime Museum, Vancouver, British Columbia (Permanent collection)|
|2006||Gallery on the Grand, Waterloo, Ontario|
|2006,2007||Arts and Letters Club, Toronto, Ontario (Sotheby’s Auction)|
|2000-2017||South of 60 Arts Centre, Barry’s Bay, Ontario, various juried shows/awards|
|2003-2013||Algonquin Park Visitor Centre, Algonquin Park (1st 2009, 2nd 2012)|
|2005-2017||Cube Gallery, Ottawa, Great Big Smalls Christmas show|