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School's Out

So before I begin, I just want to show you all something.

It’s my bag. There’s nothing special about it really, I just wanted everyone to see how neat it is today. 605 more words

Personal

In Search of the Indigenous

From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia (Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, 1 November 2014-15 March 2015)

I confess that I had never heard of Emily Carr, apparently one of Canada’s best loved female painters. 774 more words

Exhibitions

...of h2o, opportunity & transformation...

…”Drinking fountains vs. water bottles: Vancouver must decide”…”Canada ranked as sixth most socially advanced country”…”Emily Carr University unveils design for Great Northern Way campus”…

Apparently, the Vancouver Parks Board is currently considering, in the long run, what’s the best way to quench one’s… 230 more words

New Emily Carr exhibit at AGO to give audiences look into artist's life

Emily Carr’s life was full of striking encounters with the indigenous cultures and formidable landscapes of British Columbia.

She also knew how to capture and convey those encounters through art. 288 more words

Toronto

Casual International

Source Images

Camille Claudel in her workshop (before 1930), by unknown photographer
Plaster maquette for Steinlen monument (Grand Palais exhibition, 1936), by Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen
The remains of a forest, by Emily Carr

Art

Van Gogh Emily Carr and Horses

What do Emily Carr, Vincent Van Gogh and horses have in common?

The way they see their world.

In the works of such artists as Van Gogh and Carr the energy of the landscape is depicted as nearly formless. 348 more words