Local artist and photographer Wilf Hatch’s latest works will be on display in downtown Nanaimo.
On Saturday (April 11), Hatch will be at the Nanaimo Museum, where he will talk about his graphite drawings, which are on display throughout April and May in an exhibit called Wilf Hatch Drawings.
“We jokingly say that is the day when you can come meet the artist and tell him what you really think to his face,” Hatch said.
When it comes to drawings, Hatch, a lifelong photographer, says he focuses on older subjects.
“The old subjects just have so much more soul than new things,” he said. “I just can’t get excited about new things.
Last fall Hatch and his wife took an artistic adventure across Western Canada.
“We get out in the old car and tool around looking for interesting things to take pictures of and eventually draw,” he said.
Hatch will be at the museum on Saturday from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. The meet and greet event is free.
For more information visit www.nanaimomuseum.ca or call 250-753-1821.
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