Vancouver Art Gallery - Emily Carr - Totem Forest
The largest, most comprehensive website on the artist Emily Carr. Searchable database of artworks, biographical and contextual texts, and educational resources for teachers and students. Totem Forest, oil on canvas, 1930, Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust
Autumn, Algoma - Frank Johnston - WikiArt.org
‘Autumn, Algoma’ was created by Frank Johnston in Art Nouveau (Modern) style. Find more prominent pieces of landscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Great Canadians of the 20th Century #9
Emily Carr in her studio with Sunshine and Tumult, c. 1936 (photo: Harold Mortimer-Lamb; courtesy: National Gallery of Canada). Guest Contributor: Trish Turliuk
Trunk Show #1: Introduction
Power and Beauty, Amish diamond in square quilt, dyed wool, hand stitched with mirror work. Unfinished. I'm preparing a trunk show to take to Toronto tomorrow. I'm considering using this unfinished piece in the introduction. (Sorry, but I don't have a photo that includes the 12 inch Amish style borders) My trunk show connects my art and my life. Introduction I grew up on a farm in North Western Ontario. My mother was an intellectual. Her parents were English/Irish. Her mother was the local…
Island Georgian Bay - Franklin Carmichael - WikiArt.org
‘Island Georgian Bay’ was created by Franklin Carmichael in Art Nouveau (Modern) style. Find more prominent pieces of landscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
guest post: autumn inspiration from ontario
Hello! I'm Jane, visiting from Ill Seen, Ill Said. And I'm delighted to be blogging for Joanna while she's away. While she's gone in search of warmer climes, I'm embracing my favourite season here in Canada... Painting: The Solemn Land (1921) by JEH MacDonald Fall in Canada would turn anybody into a believer. I have to confess, in extremes I find my adopted province somewhat barren. But in autumn, it shimmers. The Group of Seven artists felt it too - you can see how autumn lifts their…
How Emily Carr showed the world it's never too late for a career in art | CBC Arts
She's a Canadian icon, but her career didn't take off until she was 57 years old. Hear how CBC Radio remembered the life of Emily Carr, one of art's most loved late-bloomers, on this day in 1963.