Canadian artist Anitra Hamilton used chicken eggshells, glue, acrylic paint and varnish in creating her piece Red Head for the Brain Project.
Hamilton’s work appears in the permanent collections of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo and the Art Gallery of Ontario, as well as corporate and private collections.
Anitra Hamilton is a Canadian artist whose work appears in the permanent collections of the Albright-Knox Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ontario, as well as corporate and private collections.
Her works of art have been presented at the Havana, Marrakech and Istanbul Biennales, Zendai Moma, Shanghai, The Centre For Contemporary Art Thessaloniki, Greece and the Art Gallery of York University in Toronto.
Hamilton is the past recipient of numerous grants and awards including the Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts Award and a two Chalmers Fellowships.
Her project Wall Parade #3 has been permanently re-installed at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Her work has recently been presented in Copenhagen, Denmark and both Trieste and Passariano, Italy.