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Samantha Hesketh

Born March 28th 1993

Lives and Works in Vernon BC

A recent graduate from Emily Carr University now residing in the North Okanagan. Samantha's work focuses on the energies and motions of the world around her. With mountains and water as her main obsession, the natural geometries and unpredictable movement of both land and water have been something that has led her art career from the beginning. While having traveled around the world she has found that while the land and cultures may always change, there is an energy that somehow connects them together. Her work aims to show people the world she sees. With her unique mark making, Samantha is able to capture more than what is often depicted in these scenes. 

 Her work generally surrounds land and seascapes and the interactions and feelings of the organic forms created. Her passion for expressing the feelings behind the geometries in nature are what guide her artwork and give it its electric feel.


Emily Carr University, Bachelor of Fine Arts

Solo Exhibitions:

Upcoming 2018 Vertigo Art Gallery - Vernon BC

Upcoming 2017 ARTSCO, Okanagan Regional Library - Rutland BC

2017 The Sprouted Fig (ongoing) - Vernon BC

Group Exhibitions:

2017 Downtown Gallery Exhibition - ARTSCO, Kelowna

2017 Riot on the Roof - Vernon Public Art Gallery

2017 Artist in Studio - Peachland Art Gallery

2017 Art and Text - Vernon Community Arts Centre

2016 Group Exhibition - Vertigo Art Gallery

2016 Open Show - Vernon Public Art Gallery

2016 Liminal Confines - James Black Gallery, Vancouver

2014 Group Exhibition - Emily Carr University


Private Collection, Richard Branson BVI


Hidden Creek Artist Residency, Nelson BC


2011 Helen Pitt Scholarship

2011 District Scholarship

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