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High Park Fountains.jpeg

Fountains and Rainbows pastel on paper.  This en plein air or outdoor pastel painting was influenced by a Bahá'í Prayer. Hilary considers her outdoor work finished as pictured. Gestures convey motion.

Little Dog at Runnymede Library.jpg

Little Dog waiting outside the door at Runnymede Library, en plein air mixed media on paper. Hilary read every book she could find to do with Emily Carr. 

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Waterlilies at Dusk ,1981, about 46 x 32 inches, plein air acrylic on canvas.   As the sun set, the water got darker and darker. 

Sunrise,2023, 9 x 12 inches, plein air oil on canvas board.   Guess which artist has the biggest influence.

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Watermill Windmill  This was painted because certain painters painted windmills.  Hilary had to try on a trip to Long Island, New York, en plein air as usual.

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Forsythia and Snow, 2010, acrylic on canvas 20 x 16 inches. Painted after seeing A J Casson's Housetops in the Ward at the AGO.

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Color Field 2013 plein air acrylic and oil on canvas 36 x 36 inches.  Influences include Chinese, European,and North American artists.



They saw a beaver swimming by, 2020, plein air pastel on orange paper.  The Bahá'í year 177 follows the signature on this pastel.



Napping Trumpeter Swan, 2020 plein air oil on canvas, 14 x 11 inches. Canadian painter Helen McNicoll influences Hilary.  

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Snowy Hay Field with Plane, 2014 plein air oil on canvas, Private collection.


De-icing the Plane, 2014 pastel on orange paper. Mr. Claude Monet painted steam trains. Hilary painted plane de-icing which looks like steam. 

#1419, At the Shore, wonderama, Geese and goslings oil on acetate 20 x 16 inches 2.jpg

Wonderama, 2020, 20 x 16 inches, oil on acetate. 


Swan, Trolley and Photographers, 2012 pastel on black paper.JPG

Swan, Trolley and Photographers, 2012 en plein air pastel on black paper. 

Martha, 2020 plein air oil on canvas.  Hilary considers her outdoor work finished.

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