Portraits of a threatened landscape

I was pleased to have a review of my current show featured in the West Ender this week.

“In light of the recent bunker-fuel spill, however, which dumped at least 2800 litres from a grain ship into English Bay, and talk of increased oil tanker traffic from Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby terminal, Haughton says his latest series, Nocturnes III, is a reminder of what could be lost.

“This series is a bit poignant, anyway, because of the colour at the end of the day,” says Haughton, “and it becomes more poignant as you think about the potential arguments about the environment, [and that] the landscape we love may also disappear if these changes happen.”

Read the full article in the West Ender newspaper
I look forward to seeing you this weekend at the exhibit – details below!

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Nocturnes III – New Paintings of the Georgia Strait and Vancouver Harbour
Twenty-one new paintings will be on view starting today at a three-day “flash” exhibition, Visual Space Gallery, 3352 Dunbar Street, Vancouver, May 29-31, 2015. In addition, eight works shown at Gallery 110 in Seattle will be shown.

Reception tomorrow: Saturday May 30, 2015 from 5 – 8 pm at the Visual Space Gallery, 3352 Dunbar Street, Vancouver (between 17 & 18th Avenue on the east side of Dunbar).


2 thoughts on “Portraits of a threatened landscape

  1. Sylvia

    Dear David,

    Thank you for your invitation to the reception on May 30, 2015. I am looking forward to seeing you and your paintings tomorrow.


  2. Frank Eric Zeidler

    The pictures of your paintings look great, love the theme, wish I could be there. Good luck!

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