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  • Behind the Razor Ribbon

    A Correctional Officer’s Perspective by

    Life inside a Federal Penitentiary is a mystery to most people. Closely governed by rule and law, Federal Penitentiaries are nevertheless complex communities of people who live and work behind the razor ribbon that encircles them. Correctional ...

  • Canada

    A Poetic Landscape by

    Canada: A Poetic Landscape is a well-considered, joy-filled journey into the vast splendour of the Canadian landscape, its history and heritage, crafted through the lens of an artist turned poet. Experience every province and territory, the book ...

  • Environmental Sculptures

    Sculpture Installations by

    In Environmental Sculpture, award-winning artist and educator Sherrill Hardy presents seven of her most innovative and environmentally-focused sculpture installations alongside deep discussions about these imaginative works of art, their inspiration ...

  • Canada Western Landscapes

    Through The Years by

    Inspired by a first publishing of Carol Cowan’s paintings, which generated a great deal of interest, this second edition Canada Western Landscapes is a wonderful collection of her work in water colour, multi-media oils, acrylics. With an artistic ...

  • Out of the Dark

    Night paintings of Alfred Muma by

    OUT OF THE DARK captures the colourful interplay and beauty of the night-time colours seen in Alfred Muma’s paintings. Since Alfred’s first night painting experience on Rock Lake, Algonquin Park as a teen, he has found inspiration and delight in the ...

  • Animate Universe

    Lesley Sirluck: A Life in Art by

    When it comes to the role played by Canadian women artists in the first half of the 20th century, there is a glaring hole in our documented history. The memory of one artist now reaches up from the backwaters of domestic life. Lesley McNaught ...