Hear Rosemary Hanna talk about the pull of Maritime art and her ocean inspiration for her latest exhibit, Salt Mist Seasons
Why is marine art fun and endlessly engaging? Voyage aboard 1920s rum running vessel, MV Salt Mist (ex-Kagome) through images of her secret sea haunts 48*49’N.123*22’W-50°41’N.125°52’W. From a mariner-artist’s perspective, Rosemary explores ocean art themes from the SALT MIST exhibition, focusing on light and reflection, the essence of sea, ship, and shore!
About Rosemary Hanna
Rosemary Hanna’s marine art exhibit, Salt Mist Seasons: Marine Art of the BC Coast, is an expression of lifelong passions for Canada’s coastal marine environments, ships and histories. Among her solo exhibit highlights are Port Metro Vancouver Canada Place, North Vancouver City Hall, and West Vancouver Silk Purse Gallery. Rosemary portrays west coast images, interpreted with sensitivity. A happy marriage of geographical, fine arts knowledge (M.A., B.A.), and saltwater life is evident in her artworks. As arts coordinator/educator, Rosemary loves accepting innovative design commissions, for projects and programs in support of community, school, and civic development.