The Art of Gerry Hogaboam
Gerry Hogaboam is celebrating her golden years through her passion for painting and life-long learning. Her memories are marked by art-making activities that are foundations for her current work: designing her dolls’ clothes, sculpting clay dishes, coloring and painting as a child; discovering the magic and mystery of contemporary art during her year at the Sorbonne; exploring colour and design as an avid gardener in adulthood.
A retired educator, Gerry enjoys the tranquility of rural-life in an 1840 Loyalist cottage close to the historic towns bordering the lake in eastern Ontario. She continues to develop her technical skill and personal style through daily painting, and local and international workshops. From 2006-2017, Gerry studied watercolour and acrylic painting at the Haliburton School of Art & Design.
Currently, she is developing her artistic and business skills through the on-line mentoring programs at Mastrius. Her memories and emotions are evoked in her colourful and textured impressionist and abstract style. She is a frequent finalist and award winner in regional juried shows, and an active member of local art organizations. Through her art, Gerry shares her joy, in life and in creating, with the viewer.
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