Heather Passmore’s practice reconfigures painting, drawing and photography with socio-historically laden materials. Her artworks frequently intersect social justice and environmental issues. For the past twelve years she has exhibited extensively across Canada and internationally. She is the recipient of a number of prizes and awards. Heather has completed three international artist residencies and nine public artworks both locally and abroad. Her work is held in numerous private and official public collections.
Selected solo exhibitions:
Harcourt House Edmonton 2017; Malaspina Printmakers Vancouver 2014; AKA Gallery Saskatoon 2012; Populus Tremula Iceland 2011; The New Gallery Calgary 2011; Babel Art Space Norway 2009; Struts Gallery Sackville 2008; Gallery 101 Ottawa 2006; Richmond Art Gallery 2006; The Odd Gallery Dawson City 2001.
Selected two-person and group exhibitions:
Fazakas Gallery Vancouver 2017; Art Toronto – Toronto International Art Fair 2014; Vancouver Art Gallery 2014, 2005; Or Gallery Vancouver 2012; SFU Gallery Burnaby 2012, 2009; Babel Art Space Norway 2012; Trench Contemporary Art Vancouver 2012; Artcite Windsor 2011; The Banff Centre 2010; Lapieza Junk Art Madrid, Spain 2010; A Space Gallery Toronto 2009; Access Gallery Vancouver 2009; CoCA Seattle, USA 2008; The Khyber Institute of Contemporary Arts Halifax, 2007; Artspeak Vancouver 2005; Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery Vancouver 2004.