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The Hamilton Family of Acton, Ontario, Canada
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We are the Hamilton family of four living in the small town of Acton - located just to the west of Toronto and within Ontario's "golden horseshoe". Ann - the artist and wife, James - husband, Kevin our son and daughter Erin.

the Hamilton family of Acton, Ontario with their Go Cars in the City of San Francisco, California - March 2009

James and Ann Hamilton at Burlington beach along Lake Ontario

This website, started in 1999, is our home on the world wide web and showcases Ann's artwork, James' photoblog and information on the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) town of Acton - which is well know by the Olde Hide House advertising phrase "it's worth the drive to Acton!"

Thanks for dropping by and please send us your comments about our website. Please also send pictures that we can display on the visitor page. One of our nicest links is with the Abbot Elementary School in Michigan where we are highlighted on their 1st grade curriculum internet links - Hello Michigan!

You can contact us by email at ann.hamilton@sympatico.ca or use the email button to the left for webmaster@imagesbythehamiltons.com. We love to hear from our visitors!

Another Acton Fall Fair (held September 19 to 21, 2008) has come and gone - check out my 2008 Fall Fair pictures here.

The next Acton event will be the Taste of Acton and later the Acton Canada Day Celebrations.

Besides this website Ann and I have also designed websites for the Acton Curling Club, the Halton-Peel Curling Bonspiel and Kimlor Promotional Products.

Ann Hamilton - the artist

Ann is a remarkable artist and graphic designer and some of her works along with graphic design services can be purchased through this website - follow the link to Ann's Art.

Concentrating in original watercolor paintings she has also created a successful limited edition series of hydro lineman (click to view) sold throughout North America - perfect for that special someone that climbs poles for a living!

She is now working on a series of limited edition colour prints of lighthouses and we will soon offer these prints for sale on our website.

Ann also shares her name with a famous installation artist from the USA who has created remarkable works of art with such items as 750 000 pennies in honey. If you ever meet her please tell her we said hello.
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Featured painting
Watercolour painting of a chickadee by artist Ann Hamilton of Acton, Ontario

See some of Ann's other paintings here:

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Photo Blog

We love day trips and adventures and there is so much around Acton within an hour or two drive - including the good old US of A. Some of the best locations are local conservation areas and the Bruce trail.

The visits or events are captured in photographs that can be found on our photoblog page. Click on the button to go to the page with the latest photo blog entry.

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Updated: September 20, 2009

Featured photo
Barrie Lakeshore, Kempenfelt Bay, Lake Simcoe, Ontario Canada. Sunrise.

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Acton, Ontario, Canada

Acton (the Town of Halton Hills) is a small town of just under 10 000 people located within the Halton Region in the central area of the Province of Ontario.

On my website you can find local stores, restaurants, schools, churchs, pictures and maps of the streets of Acton and the location of Acton on a map of central/southwestern Ontario.

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The Hamilton Family house in Acton, by Ann Hamilton