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  • The Art of Carol Janeway

    A Tile & Ceramics Career with Georg Jensen Inc. and Ossip Zadkine in 1940s Manhattan by

    The Art of Carol Janeway portrays the exotic life and artistic career of a woman whose commercial success as a tile decorator and ceramist in New York in the 1940s and later retirement due to lead poisoning offer a fascinating study. Victoria ...


  • Prudence Heward

    Canadian Modernist Painter by

    At a time of disdain for modern art and widespread discrimination against women artists, Prudence Heward challenged the conventional in portraits that capture subtleties of emotion and often reflect her own struggles against illness and family ...


  • Busker and the Trees

    Eight Decades of Struggle, Adaptation and Happiness by

    Like a busker juggling, we go through life balancing values as balls in the air...If one falls, the good busker picks it quickly up, resumes the performance and the audience applauds the skill in maintaining balance and harmony. Busker and the Trees ...


  • Towards Light

    Landscape Paintings of British Columbia by

    TOWARDS LIGHT richly redefines the way we experience the scenic beauty of British Columbia. With each magical painting, artist Lil Chrzan informs the viewer that a landscape is not just about clouds and trees but rather the subtle quality of light ...


  • Saskatchewan Sentinels A to Z

    The Prairie Art of Herman J. Friesen by

    The images in this book have been organized in alphabetical order. As you journey through the alphabet, each image depicts a Saskatchewan town with the stately elevators that were so essential to the settlement and growth of the province. You will ...


  • The Land Our Fathers Saw

    A Pictorial History By E.F. Hagell by

    The Land Our Fathers Saw reveals the Hagell Heritage Collection held by the Galt Museum and Archives in the City of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. In 1960, upon the request of the Lethbridge Historical Society, the City purchased the collection from ...


  • Light as it Falls

    Passport to the Arts by

    Finding balance in one’s life isn’t always straightforward: it involves light and shadow, and blacks, whites, and greys. Artist and writer Dr. Irene Naested explores the philosophy, psychology, and beauty of these themes in Light as it Falls. This ...


  • 107 Illustrations

    Imagination in Minimalism by

    Made with a subtle style 107 Illustrations is sure to please and delight anyone who likes to laugh and wonder about the ordinary things around them. Simple, clean and mixed with scenes of the unusual bumping into the usual. It is balanced with a ...


  • Up Close and Personal

    The Equine Paintings by

    In this equine painting series by Nancy B Frank, the images explore the sometimes troubled, sometimes harmonious, relationship between horse and human. Frank also delves into her artistic journey and some of her own relationships with horses she's ...


  • 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 ...