Preview in New Westminster this weekend

Please come to my open house! If you’d like to preview my Seattle exhibit while the paintings are still in Vancouver, visit the purple house in New Westminster this Sunday afternoon, February 18 from 1-4 PM. Come have coffee, tea or a glass of wine with us. Email me and let me know.

Michael Abraham, the well-known Vancouver area painter, will be showing his paintings at Gallery 110 in March as well. If you don’t yet know his magical-realism works, I strongly recommend you seek them out. They are very strong and highly collectable.

If you cannot make it south, take a look at our work online at, and/or

Kits Media has posted the last nine finished paintings on my website and on Gallery 110. The paintings will travel south on February 23.

Please note: If you are interested in a particular work you see online, contact me or Michael and you can reserve it before the show opens.

An excuse for a journey to Seattle
40+ views of Mount Baker: Homage to Hokusai is scheduled for March, 2018 and will include many new paintings of Mount Baker. Hokusai extended his 36 Views of Mt. Fuji series by 10 works; I am taking similar license with my arithmetic, but am adding 19 new works to my series.

The Consulate General of Canada, Seattle will be sponsoring the reception for the show on Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 5-7 PM. Parking will be available at cost ($10) across the street from Gallery 110 at 117 Third Avenue South.

I am mailing invitations this week. Why not have a romantic weekend getaway! Please RSVP if you are coming.

40+ views of Mount Baker: Homage to Hokusai
March 1-31, 2018
Gallery 110, Seattle, Washington
Reception: Saturday, March 3, 5-7 PM – please RSVP to
Artist’s Talk: “Hokusai and Me”, Sunday, March 10, 2018 Note change of date!

Hoping to see you soon. With great affection, David

View from Deception Pass III

5 thoughts on “Preview in New Westminster this weekend

  1. Barbara Davidson

    Hello, I viewed some of your Mount Baker paintings in a studio on Dunbar street while walking by. I was impressed by what I saw. I would like to come by on Sunday and have a look at your recent works. I like the ” View from Chain Lakes 1 ” seen on your website. Is it still available? What is your address?

    1. David Haughton

      Dear Ms. Davidson
      Thank you for your kind words
      Yes, please come by tomorrow
      316 Fourth Street
      New Westminster, BC
      604 525 2412

  2. Thelma McCarthy

    David, I wish you good luck with the exhibition in Seattle. I read your news about
    Leaving the medical profession and embracing a new career. You are brave but your
    Work is excellent and worth your choice.


    1. David Haughton

      Dear Thelma,
      Thank you for your kind words and encouragement!

      How goes life with you back east?
      with affection and rrespect,



  3. Litsa Groumoutis

    Hello David
    I attended your exhibition in Dunbar and really enjoyed your work. You are obviously a born painter.
    I have to say that I was so happy to hear that you have decided to devote yourself to becoming
    a full time painter. I find myself wondering what it was like for you to cancel your medical licence
    and walk away from medicine. Perhaps you can tell me in person in Seattle. My sister and I would love to come and show our support next month at your opening.
    Looking forward to seeing your work and chatting.
    Warm regards

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