Hunter Gallery of Fine Art, Grafton, VT Hunter Gallery of Fine Art, Grafton, VT

Ailyn Hoey

  • The Cove

    The Cove

    Charcoal 19 x 23 inches
  • November

    November

    Charcoal 19 x 23 inches
  • Nine Point Mesa

    Nine Point Mesa

    Charcoal 19 x 23 inches
  • Eagle's Roost

    Eagle's Roost

    Charcoal 23 x 19 inches
  • Dyad

    Dyad

    Charcoal 38 x 28 inches
  • Down River

    Down River

    Charcoal 19 x 23 inches
  • Bittern and Bully Lily

    Bittern and Bully Lily

    Charcoal 19x23 inches
  • June Afternoon

    June Afternoon

    Charcoal 19 x 23 inches
  • Mill Pond

    Mill Pond

    Charcoal 24 x29 inches
  • Ailyn Hoey

    Ailyn Hoey

    ABOUT THE ARTIST
    Growing up in rural Vermont, Hoey spent many hours exploring its woods, river banks and beaver ponds. Hoey has always liked to create with her hands and started painting and drawing as a child. Gradually, she began to create art more full-time, developing her current focus: landscapes in charcoal.

    The terrains that inspire Hoey provide solitude. They are often remote, rugged, and unspoiled. She has spent time creating art on Great Cranberry Island, Maine, in west Texas, southern Florida, and in Vermont.

    Hoey has been awarded residencies in Everglades National Park, Big Cypress National Preserve, Cape Cod National Seashore and at The Johnson Studio Center, in Johnson, VT.
    Hoey has exhibited in New England as well as in Texas and Florida. Her work can be seen at DaVallia Art & Accents, Chester, VT, The Hunter Gallery, Grafton, VT, and Islesford Artists, Islesford, ME.

    ARTIST STATEMENT
    While working in a variety of media, I discovered my love of charcoal and the challenges of its limited palette. Using techniques developed on my own, I create pieces inspired by the natural world. Particular scenes evoke strong feelings, which I portray as emotional landscapes rather than realistic renderings. Realizing the necessity of acknowledging and expressing that which is within, both the light and the dark, I explore these emotions in my charcoals.