Artist

Heather Munro

Memories of Childhood - $500
Memories of Childhood - $500

Graphite on layered paper 12 x 15 framed

DETAIL 1: Memories of Childhood - $500
DETAIL 1: Memories of Childhood - $500

Graphite on layered paper 12 x 15 framed

DETAIL 2: Memories of Childhood - $500
DETAIL 2: Memories of Childhood - $500

Graphite on layered paper 12 x 15 framed

Fairy Wood - SOLD
Fairy Wood - SOLD

Layered paper/mixed media 4 x 8 framed

DETAIL 1: Fairy Wood - SOLD
DETAIL 1: Fairy Wood - SOLD

Layered paper/mixed media 4 x 8 framed

DETAIL 2: Fairy Wood - SOLD
DETAIL 2: Fairy Wood - SOLD

Layered paper/mixed media 4 x 8 framed

Hide and Seek - $500
Hide and Seek - $500

Graphite and mixed media on layered paper 12x15 framed

DETAIL 1: Hide and Seek - $500
DETAIL 1: Hide and Seek - $500

Graphite and mixed media on layered paper 12x15 framed

DETAIL 2: Hide and Seek - $500
DETAIL 2: Hide and Seek - $500

Graphite and mixed media on layered paper 12x15 framed

Harpies - $200
Harpies - $200

Ballpoint pen on layered paper 10 x 10 framed

DETAIL 1: Harpies - $200
DETAIL 1: Harpies - $200

Ballpoint pen on layered paper 10 x 10 framed

DETAIL 2: Harpies - $200
DETAIL 2: Harpies - $200

Ballpoint pen on layered paper 10 x 10 framed

Orangutan - $150
Orangutan - $150

Mixed media on paper 9 x 11 framed

Mr. Bug - $75
Mr. Bug - $75

Mixed Media on paper 5 x 7 framed

DETAIL 1: Mr. Bug - $75
DETAIL 1: Mr. Bug - $75

Mixed Media on paper 5 x 7 framed

Heather Munro is an artist and illustrator specializing in ball point pen drawings. She studied Art & Art History at the University of Toronto and Studio Art at Sheridan College. Her drawings are inspired by allegorical literature and film and informed by her life experiences. The female protagonists in her work often face peril, isolation and both physical and mental struggles, but respond with creativity, imagination and resilience.  

 

Recently, Heather has started to work paper into two or three-dimensional layered pieces and paper sculptures. The layering of the paper creates a physical and psychological depth, allowing the viewer to be drawn ever more intimately into the magical worlds and narratives embodied in the art. 

 

Heather lived and worked in Toronto, Boston, London, and Kingston before finally settling in Ottawa. In addition to her primary role as an artist and illustrator, Heather has worked in numerous galleries and arts organizations including the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Museum London, and The Arts Project in London, Ontario. In 2002, Heather was Artist in Residence at the Cambridge Public Library’s Children’s Library in Cambridge, MA where, among other things, she created a mural to welcome and honour one of her influences, Maurice Sendak, on his visit to the Library.

This is Heather's 5th year showing with Art in the Neighbourhood. She is one of the founding members of the group.

 

Prices range from $20 to $500. 

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