Kathy M. Haycock
Kathy M Haycock‘s favorite ‘studio’ is outside on location…anywhere. Immersed in her landscape she shares her delight, respect, awe and love for the natural world through her wilderness art.
Home is in Eastern Ontario’s Algonquin wilderness where she sketches through the seasons. Trips into the Arctic and Northwest and the American Southwest further enrich her vision and relationship with remote wilderness.
Largely self-taught, Kathy cites her father, Arctic artist Maurice Haycock, and his long time painting partner A.Y. Jackson of the Canadian Group of Seven as her major influences.
An elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists (SCA), Artists for Conservation (AFC) and the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA), she is also a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society. With numerous awards and solo exhibitions, she is represented in galleries and in private, public and corporate collections across Canada and internationally. A firm supporter of conservation, Kathy donates a portion of all sales to environmental foundations.