Emily Carr: Fresh Seeing
EMILY CARR: FRESH SEEING, which accompanies the Audain Art Museum exhibition (to Jan 19), examines a signifi cant aspect of the artist’s education and career. Richly illustrated, it focuses on the periods 1910-11, when Carr travelled to France to study an entirely new way of painting, and 1912-13, when she had returned to British Columbia and applied her lessons in Post-Impressionism to First Nations subjects and the West Coast landscape. Highlights are essays by Carr scholar Kathryn Bridge and AAM curator Kiriko Watanabe. Co-published by Figure.1 and the Audain Art Museum.
Available at the SFU Galleries - Audain Gallery
Available at the Audain Art Museum, 604-962-0413.