December 8, 2023 - January 7, 2024

Tri-Art Gallery Pigment Series: White

What would be more fitting than a gallery associated with a paint making company than to feature works which celebrate colour? Our pigment series has been conceptualized through this intrinsic connection.  

We begin the Tri-Art Gallery Pigment Series with the exploration of white pigments, those pale mainstays of modern painting. This group installation will feature Monochromes, produced with white and white-adjacent pigments, in painted, printed, or sculptural and relief forms.

JUNE 2 - OCT 15, 2023


Finding Frida is an art collaboration inspired by the spirit of Frida Kahlo which beautifully combines Virginia Macdonald's captivating photography and Heather Haynes' evocative mixed media paintings.

This show is now closed. However, private viewings of the work can be arranged by appointment. Email: studio@heatherhaynes.com


March 1 - April 2 2023

March of Arts

Wolfe Island, ON

Showing collection of work including The Wall of CourageThe Common ThreadTug of War and many more pivotal pieces.

September 24-25, 2022

GAN Arts Fest Studio Tour

Gananoque, ON

October 14-16, 2022

Kingston's Square Foot Show

Tett Centre
Kingston, ON

September 17, 2021


RPAC Gallery
Ridgefield, CT

The exhibit will feature the work of Heather Haynes, Guy Stanley Philoche and other unique artists who are located in various geographical areas that go beyond our local limits.

September 16 - Oct 3, 2021

Art Prize

Grand Rapids, Michigan

ArtPrize is an open, independently organized international art competition. For 18 days, art is exhibited throughout the city in public parks and museums, in galleries and vacant storefronts, in bars and on bridges.

June 24 - July 25, 2021


NYC Culture Club
Oculus, C1 Level
New York

This show features 28 artists who all speak to different aspects of the resurgence necessary post pandemic.

Opened June 19, 2021

The Influence of Art in the Home

Virgil Catherine Gallery
Chicago, IL

Virgil Catherine Gallery presents The Influence of Art in the Home Featuring Guy Stanley Philoche, Heather Haynes, and the artists of the Philoche Collection.

Opened May 13, 2021


Art for Social Change is an annual juried exhibition that celebrates artists as champions of positive social change.

Each piece from the Collection will be auctioned off with a portion of the purchase price donated to the National Urban League (NUL).

The artworks will also be projected onto iconic structures in five U.S. cities, starting with Washington, D.C. (May 13), Atlanta (May 20), Los Angeles (May 27), Chicago (June 19) and New York City (June 21).

Opened Oct 6th, 2020

Emergency on Planet Earth

UTA Artist Space
Beverly Hills, CA

Haynes has been invited to show her work, the Wall of Courage, alongside the work of twelve international artists at the Emergency on Planet Earth exhibition in Los Angeles.

Among those joining her are Jamiroquai, Rob Reynolds, Daniel Fuller, Nathan Wong, Iva Gueorguieva, Toni Scott, Manny Castro, Glenn Kaino, Todd DiCiurcio, Parker and Clayton Calvert, and Ai Weiwei.