2021 Desk Calendar
Enjoy a new painting each month right on your desk or table. Comes in its own case/stand ready to use. A perfect gift to give, easy to mail and someone will enjoy your thoughtfulness all year long. Hint: keep the case and use it again for your 2022 calendar!
Regular Price: $18.00
Isolate with Art limited time offer: $14.00. Ask about additional discounts for more.
If you have a case from last year, and just want the new calendar pages: $12.00
5″ x 7″ blank art cards of my favourite paintings, with envelopes and individually packaged. Ask for a group of Fall Colours, Algonquin Park, Rock and Water, Lake Clear, Our North, All Season, Snow Scenes, Cheerful, Quiet Mood, etc. whatever,… you name it and I’ll pick them out.
Regular Price: $5.00 each or $4.50 each for more
Isolate with Art limited time offer:
4 card group $19.00
9 card group $34.00
Free shipment within Canada, tax and postage included. Add postage for USA or abroad.
1,000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle. Fun for everyone!
“Pine Lookout” – Looking out over Lake Clear near my home and studio.
Regular Price: $30.00
“Isolate with Art” limited time offer: $25.50
500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
“Last Light” – That warm glow of the setting sun on a hidden pond.
Regular Price: $25.00
“Isolate with Art” limited time offer: $21.25
Cube Gallery Exhibition Catalogue:
Full colour catalogue of Kathy’s 2016 solo exhibition “The Magical Edge” at Cube Gallery, Ottawa. A collector’s keepsake and valued gift.
Hardcover: $55.00. No longer available.
Wild Women, Painters of the Wilderness
Wild Women are Joyce Burkholder, Kathy Haycock and Linda Sorensen. A beautiful art book with a message. Rich with paintings, photos and fascinating text. Published by Inanna Press 2014. Second printing 2017. 121 pages.
The Artists of Algonquin
Kathy is one of 31 contemporary artists, all wild with passion for the Algonquin landscape. Artwork with brief biographies. By Andrea Hillo with introduction by Robert Bateman. 71 pages.
On Site with Maurice Haycock, Artist of the Arctic
Paintings and drawings of historic sites in the Canadian Arctic, by Maurice Haycock. Accompanied by text illuminating historic Inuit settlement, European exploration and Maurice’s personal experiences related to the sites. His original manuscript was assembled and prepared for publication by daughter Kathy Haycock. 112 pages.