Hannah Dickie: Home Grown

Blyth Festival Art Gallery

Morning Light Shining Through, Hannah Dickie

June 16 – July 15, 2023
Blyth Festival Art Gallery
431 Queen Street, Blyth, Ontario

After a three year delay, the Blyth Festival Art Gallery is thrilled to present Home Grown, a photography exhibition by up and coming documentary and portrait photographer Hannah Dickie. Home Grown aims to string together the influence a rural upbringing can have on an individual. Dickie, documents how small-scale agriculture has played a role in her life. Home Grown explores the relationship between food and producer, and how that relationship manifests into family values and personal growth. Moving with the seasons, she illuminates the joys of simplicity and the overlooked virtues of life on the farm.

Winter Morning, Hannah Dickie

About the Artist

Hannah Dickie is a documentary and portrait photographer with a focus on rural living and natural surroundings. Her rural upbringing influenced her interest in documenting the stories of the people and places that surround her. Dickie recently received a Honours Bachelor of Photography Degree from Sheridan College and a post grad certificate in Social Media Marketing.

Blyth Festival Art Gallery

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