Nighthawk Bain was born in Ontario and attended Ontario College of Art and Design. She received the Al Goulais Award on two occasions the Norman and Margaret Jewison Award and an honourable mention for the Louis Odette prize for bronze. She was one of nine graduating students selected from across Canada to participate in the Canadian Colleges Collaborative Residency program at the Banff Centre for the Arts in the summer of 2005. She is represented by John A. Libby Fine Art.
Nighthawk Bain "Turtle & Eagle Woman" bronze height 10 ins, length 18 ins, width 16 ins on a wooden topped metal stand
Nighthawk Bain "Baby Blanding Turtle" bronze 4 ins long
Nighthawk Bain "The Messengers" bronze & aluminum height of owls 20 ins, total height including metal stand 69 ins and width 19 ins
Nighthawk Bain "There is Still Hope" acrylic on canvas, 36 x 48 ins