““The ASA at the University ofThe ASA at the University of
Saskatchewan’s KenderdineSaskatchewan’s Kenderdine
Campus, Emma...
There are numerous references to Alberta artists,There are numerous references to Alberta artists,
and in particular ASA m...
Artists’ workshopArtists’ workshop
guest artists 1955-guest artists 1955-
20052005
““The workshop is designed forThe works...
Current ASA Members and Emma LakeCurrent ASA Members and Emma Lake
Participants:Participants:
Verne Busby, Asta Dale, Erro...
In 1933 Augustus (Gus) Kenderdine, an artist from England, was hired by the University ofIn 1933 Augustus (Gus) Kenderdine...
Frances Boyce Olynyk ASAFrances Boyce Olynyk ASA 19411941
““Slide Country”Slide Country”
Oil on CanvasOil on Canvas
16” x ...
Frances BoyceFrances Boyce
OlynykOlynyk
““Down Hill All of the Way”Down Hill All of the Way”
Oil on CanvasOil on Canvas
36...
Verne Busby ASAVerne Busby ASA
2007, 2008, Resident Artist 20102007, 2008, Resident Artist 2010
““Emma Waters Series ; Bri...
Verne BusbyVerne Busby
““Emma Waters Series : B11 04Emma Waters Series : B11 04
Sunshine Cross Section One”Sunshine Cross ...
Verne Busby in the studio 2008Verne Busby in the studio 2008
Asta Dale ASAAsta Dale ASA
““No 6 Emma Lake”No 6 Emma Lake”
AcrylicAcrylic
68” x 42”68” x 42”
Participating at a workshop ...
Asta DaleAsta Dale
““No 8 Untitled”No 8 Untitled”
AcrylicAcrylic
68” x 42”68” x 42”
Errol Lee Fullen ASAErrol Lee Fullen ASA
““Garden of Light : Blue 2012”Garden of Light : Blue 2012”
Acrylic Artist Colour ...
Errol Lee FullenErrol Lee Fullen
““Garden of Light : Violet 2012”Garden of Light : Violet 2012”
Acrylic Artist Colour & Me...
Angelique Gillespie ASAAngelique Gillespie ASA 20082008
““El Sea Spider 2008”El Sea Spider 2008”
My best experience with E...
Angelique GillespieAngelique Gillespie
““El Sea Spider 2011”El Sea Spider 2011”
David Harrison ASADavid Harrison ASA
2009 and 20112009 and 2011
“Deconstructed Graffiti : Emma“Deconstructed Graffiti : Em...
David HarrisonDavid Harrison
“Deconstructed Graffiti :“Deconstructed Graffiti :
Emma Lake. Fairy IslandEmma Lake. Fairy Is...
Isabelle Hunt JohnsonIsabelle Hunt Johnson
ASAASA
““Kat 1”Kat 1”
WatercolourWatercolour
30” x 22”30” x 22”
““Dinner Date”Dinner Date”
WatercolourWatercolour Isabelle Hunt JohnsonIsabelle Hunt Johnson
30” x 22”30” x 22”
Lynn Malin ASALynn Malin ASA
““Canola and Crops”Canola and Crops”
Oil on CanvasOil on Canvas
50” x 60”50” x 60”
I think th...
Lynn MalinLynn Malin
““Meadow Off Mayfield Road”Meadow Off Mayfield Road”
Seka Owen ASA RCASeka Owen ASA RCA
1976, 1980,1982,1992,1996,20081976, 1980,1982,1992,1996,2008
““Emma Lake Revisited VIII...
Seka OwenSeka Owen
““Emma Lake Revisited XII”Emma Lake Revisited XII”
AcrylicAcrylic
40” x 41”40” x 41”
Seka Owen in the studio 2008Seka Owen in the studio 2008
Eleanor LowdenEleanor Lowden
Pidgeon ASAPidgeon ASA
20082008
““Red Umbrellas”Red Umbrellas”
30” x 30”30” x 30”
I thoroughl...
Eleanor LowdenEleanor Lowden
PidgeonPidgeon
““Who do you think you are ?”Who do you think you are ?”
30” x 40”30” x 40”
Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon in the studio 2008Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon in the studio 2008
Greg Pyra ASAGreg Pyra ASA
19821982
““Land and Sky”Land and Sky”
AcrylicAcrylic
33” x 39”33” x 39”
““This experience enabl...
Greg PyraGreg Pyra
““Yellow Burst”Yellow Burst”
AcrylicAcrylic
37’ x 48”37’ x 48”
Bonnie Scott ASABonnie Scott ASA 20072007
““Canoe Glide”Canoe Glide”
WatercolourWatercolour
12” x 14”12” x 14”
I attended ...
Bonnie ScottBonnie Scott
““Ancient Blue”Ancient Blue”
WatercolourWatercolour
22” x 30”22” x 30”
Liz Sullivan ASALiz Sullivan ASA
2008, 2009, 20112008, 2009, 2011
““Light and Shadows”Light and Shadows”
Acrylic on Canvas...
Liz SullivanLiz Sullivan
““Lily Lake Reflections #1”Lily Lake Reflections #1”
Acrylic on CanvasAcrylic on Canvas
40” x 36”...
Liz Sullivan in the studio 2009Liz Sullivan in the studio 2009
Dawn Thrasher ASADawn Thrasher ASA
19941994
““Fairview Canola Fields”Fairview Canola Fields”
Acrylic.Acrylic.
24” x 30”24”...
Dawn ThrasherDawn Thrasher
““Clear Waters”Clear Waters”
AcrylicAcrylic
24” x 30”24” x 30”
Jim Visser ASAJim Visser ASA 20022002
““Astotin Lake”Astotin Lake”
OilOil
30” x 48”30” x 48”
I studied with Greg Hardy and...
Jim VisserJim Visser
““After the Rain”After the Rain”
OilOil
30” x 60”30” x 60”
Pam Wilman ASAPam Wilman ASA 1985,1985,
1986, 1991, 19921986, 1991, 1992
““Lost Creek Fire”Lost Creek Fire”
As a new BFA g...
Pam WilmanPam Wilman
““Spruce River”Spruce River”
The dining hall was a place for great conversationThe dining hall was a place for great conversation
Gus Kenderdine’s cabinGus Kenderdine’s cabin
All in a day’s work on the lakeAll in a day’s work on the lake
Some artists worked outdoorsSome artists worked outdoors
Through the reeds at the narrowsThrough the reeds at the narrows
A great fishing spotA great fishing spot
A corner of the main studioA corner of the main studio
Fairy Island mossFairy Island moss
That kind of night!That kind of night!
ASA members have a long history at EmmaASA members have a long history at Emma
LakeLake
Artists attended the campus in man...
Last night at Emma Lake. The University withdrew funding of the campusLast night at Emma Lake. The University withdrew fun...
BibiographyBibiography
““Alberta Society of Artists : The first seventy years” Kathy E. ZimonAlberta Society of Artists : ...
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  1. 1. ““The ASA at the University ofThe ASA at the University of Saskatchewan’s KenderdineSaskatchewan’s Kenderdine Campus, Emma Lake”Campus, Emma Lake” A Power Point presentationA Power Point presentation featuring artwork by current ASA members.featuring artwork by current ASA members.
  2. 2. There are numerous references to Alberta artists,There are numerous references to Alberta artists, and in particular ASA members, who went to theand in particular ASA members, who went to the University of Saskatchewan’s Emma LakeUniversity of Saskatchewan’s Emma Lake campus from the 1950’s onwards in order tocampus from the 1950’s onwards in order to advance their professional standing and to studyadvance their professional standing and to study with important guest artists.with important guest artists. Marion Nicoll saw the “teachings of Will Barnet asMarion Nicoll saw the “teachings of Will Barnet as a ‘helpful influence’ at Emma Lake, and also latera ‘helpful influence’ at Emma Lake, and also later when she studied with him in New York at the Artwhen she studied with him in New York at the Art Students League.”Students League.” In Alberta many members of the ASA wereIn Alberta many members of the ASA were strongly influenced by the academic teachings ofstrongly influenced by the academic teachings of A.C.Leighton but a growing faction searched forA.C.Leighton but a growing faction searched for a more abstract foundation and they found thata more abstract foundation and they found that the Emma Lake workshops were able to providethe Emma Lake workshops were able to provide this impetus.this impetus.
  3. 3. Artists’ workshopArtists’ workshop guest artists 1955-guest artists 1955- 20052005 ““The workshop is designed forThe workshop is designed for serious painters and sculptorsserious painters and sculptors with an anticipated mix ofwith an anticipated mix of mature, senior artists andmature, senior artists and younger, developing artists whoyounger, developing artists who have demonstrated a serioushave demonstrated a serious commitment to their work.”commitment to their work.” The ‘Regina Five’ artists wereThe ‘Regina Five’ artists were instrumental in bringinginstrumental in bringing prestigious art critic Clementprestigious art critic Clement Greenberg to Emma Lake fromGreenberg to Emma Lake from New York. He later continued hisNew York. He later continued his journey into Alberta to visitjourney into Alberta to visit artists’ studios.artists’ studios.
  4. 4. Current ASA Members and Emma LakeCurrent ASA Members and Emma Lake Participants:Participants: Verne Busby, Asta Dale, Errol Lee Fullen,Verne Busby, Asta Dale, Errol Lee Fullen, Angelique Gillespie, David Harrison, Isabelle HuntAngelique Gillespie, David Harrison, Isabelle Hunt Johnson, Lynn Malin,Frances Boyce Olynyk,Johnson, Lynn Malin,Frances Boyce Olynyk, Seka Owen, Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon, GregSeka Owen, Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon, Greg Pyra, Bonnie Scott, Liz Sullivan, Dawn Thrasher,Pyra, Bonnie Scott, Liz Sullivan, Dawn Thrasher, Jim Visser, Pam WilmanJim Visser, Pam Wilman
  5. 5. In 1933 Augustus (Gus) Kenderdine, an artist from England, was hired by the University ofIn 1933 Augustus (Gus) Kenderdine, an artist from England, was hired by the University of Saskatchewan to teach painting and drawing. After several summers in and around Prince Albert ,Saskatchewan to teach painting and drawing. After several summers in and around Prince Albert , Kenderdine was hired by the University to teach a summer program at Emma Lake. The GlenbowKenderdine was hired by the University to teach a summer program at Emma Lake. The Glenbow Museum in Calgary has a collection of Kenderdine’s work.Museum in Calgary has a collection of Kenderdine’s work. Ernest Lindner, from Austria, was a student of Augustus Kenderdine and became Head of Art at theErnest Lindner, from Austria, was a student of Augustus Kenderdine and became Head of Art at the University of Saskatchewan. His summer home and painting place was on Fairy Island on Emma Lake.University of Saskatchewan. His summer home and painting place was on Fairy Island on Emma Lake. The National Gallery has a collection of Lindner’s work.The National Gallery has a collection of Lindner’s work. Both artists were instrumental in making the Emma Lake campus a vital destination for artists. EmmaBoth artists were instrumental in making the Emma Lake campus a vital destination for artists. Emma Lake is north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and stands in the boreal forest.Lake is north of Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and stands in the boreal forest. Frances Boyce Olynyk ASAFrances Boyce Olynyk ASA 19411941 Frances is unique in this group of ASA members as she attended art classes at Emma Lake in 1941Frances is unique in this group of ASA members as she attended art classes at Emma Lake in 1941 taking U of S credit courses towards her Permanent Teaching Certificate.taking U of S credit courses towards her Permanent Teaching Certificate. It has led to travel, adventure, study and great personal satisfaction. Frances says, “ I rememberIt has led to travel, adventure, study and great personal satisfaction. Frances says, “ I remember the feeling of great joy and peace when working outdoors for the first time.”the feeling of great joy and peace when working outdoors for the first time.” Frances exhibited alongside members of the Group of Seven in an exhibition in Edmonton.Frances exhibited alongside members of the Group of Seven in an exhibition in Edmonton.
  6. 6. Frances Boyce Olynyk ASAFrances Boyce Olynyk ASA 19411941 ““Slide Country”Slide Country” Oil on CanvasOil on Canvas 16” x 20”16” x 20”
  7. 7. Frances BoyceFrances Boyce OlynykOlynyk ““Down Hill All of the Way”Down Hill All of the Way” Oil on CanvasOil on Canvas 36” x 36”36” x 36”
  8. 8. Verne Busby ASAVerne Busby ASA 2007, 2008, Resident Artist 20102007, 2008, Resident Artist 2010 ““Emma Waters Series ; BrilliantEmma Waters Series ; Brilliant Movements Two”Movements Two” Acrylic on panelAcrylic on panel 24” x 24”24” x 24” My Emma Lake experience gave me theMy Emma Lake experience gave me the opportunity to work and play with someopportunity to work and play with some creative minds. It gave me the impetus tocreative minds. It gave me the impetus to do residencies in other parts of the world.do residencies in other parts of the world.
  9. 9. Verne BusbyVerne Busby ““Emma Waters Series : B11 04Emma Waters Series : B11 04 Sunshine Cross Section One”Sunshine Cross Section One” AcrylicAcrylic 24” x24”24” x24”
  10. 10. Verne Busby in the studio 2008Verne Busby in the studio 2008
  11. 11. Asta Dale ASAAsta Dale ASA ““No 6 Emma Lake”No 6 Emma Lake” AcrylicAcrylic 68” x 42”68” x 42” Participating at a workshop at Emma LakeParticipating at a workshop at Emma Lake was a very unique experience having beenwas a very unique experience having been involved in University studies for the pastinvolved in University studies for the past few years, this escape to ‘Nature’ wasfew years, this escape to ‘Nature’ was heartily embraced by me.heartily embraced by me.
  12. 12. Asta DaleAsta Dale ““No 8 Untitled”No 8 Untitled” AcrylicAcrylic 68” x 42”68” x 42”
  13. 13. Errol Lee Fullen ASAErrol Lee Fullen ASA ““Garden of Light : Blue 2012”Garden of Light : Blue 2012” Acrylic Artist Colour & Metal PigmentsAcrylic Artist Colour & Metal Pigments 48” x 48”48” x 48”
  14. 14. Errol Lee FullenErrol Lee Fullen ““Garden of Light : Violet 2012”Garden of Light : Violet 2012” Acrylic Artist Colour & Metal PigmentsAcrylic Artist Colour & Metal Pigments 48” x 48”48” x 48”
  15. 15. Angelique Gillespie ASAAngelique Gillespie ASA 20082008 ““El Sea Spider 2008”El Sea Spider 2008” My best experience with Emma Lake was the atmosphere that it provided to share with otherMy best experience with Emma Lake was the atmosphere that it provided to share with other participants. We worked hard, we shared intimately and stimulated each other’s artistic journey.participants. We worked hard, we shared intimately and stimulated each other’s artistic journey. Being away from our normal life and in the space the campus provided, allowed an in depthBeing away from our normal life and in the space the campus provided, allowed an in depth
  16. 16. Angelique GillespieAngelique Gillespie ““El Sea Spider 2011”El Sea Spider 2011”
  17. 17. David Harrison ASADavid Harrison ASA 2009 and 20112009 and 2011 “Deconstructed Graffiti : Emma“Deconstructed Graffiti : Emma Lake. Fairy Island Series #1”Lake. Fairy Island Series #1” 12” x 12”12” x 12” Mixed MediaMixed Media I worked on Fairy Island tracing ErnestI worked on Fairy Island tracing Ernest Lindner’s footsteps through the mossLindner’s footsteps through the moss covered paths and tangled tree roots. Thecovered paths and tangled tree roots. The island is a lovely haven and it is easy to seeisland is a lovely haven and it is easy to see why Lindner and his family did not have towhy Lindner and his family did not have to move very far from their cottage to findmove very far from their cottage to find inspiration.inspiration. Even though the island is designated aEven though the island is designated a Saskatchewan Provincial Historic Site it isSaskatchewan Provincial Historic Site it is clear that much work needs to be done toclear that much work needs to be done to restore structures important to the Lindnerrestore structures important to the Lindner family history. I left the island with feelingsfamily history. I left the island with feelings of accomplishment and calm but also ofof accomplishment and calm but also of loss.loss.
  18. 18. David HarrisonDavid Harrison “Deconstructed Graffiti :“Deconstructed Graffiti : Emma Lake. Fairy IslandEmma Lake. Fairy Island Series #3”Series #3” 12” x 12”12” x 12” Mixed MediaMixed Media
  19. 19. Isabelle Hunt JohnsonIsabelle Hunt Johnson ASAASA ““Kat 1”Kat 1” WatercolourWatercolour 30” x 22”30” x 22”
  20. 20. ““Dinner Date”Dinner Date” WatercolourWatercolour Isabelle Hunt JohnsonIsabelle Hunt Johnson 30” x 22”30” x 22”
  21. 21. Lynn Malin ASALynn Malin ASA ““Canola and Crops”Canola and Crops” Oil on CanvasOil on Canvas 50” x 60”50” x 60” I think that I really came into my own atI think that I really came into my own at Emma Lake. By working with artists from allEmma Lake. By working with artists from all over Canada and abroad, we could talkover Canada and abroad, we could talk about art ideas and our work. It was a timeabout art ideas and our work. It was a time in my life that I needed contacts and Iin my life that I needed contacts and I learned so much from the experience. Thelearned so much from the experience. The best single experience was the paintingbest single experience was the painting with Dorothy Knowles, parking the vans andwith Dorothy Knowles, parking the vans and working all day together for the two weeksworking all day together for the two weeks of the residency.of the residency.
  22. 22. Lynn MalinLynn Malin ““Meadow Off Mayfield Road”Meadow Off Mayfield Road”
  23. 23. Seka Owen ASA RCASeka Owen ASA RCA 1976, 1980,1982,1992,1996,20081976, 1980,1982,1992,1996,2008 ““Emma Lake Revisited VIII”Emma Lake Revisited VIII” AcrylicAcrylic 35” x 35”35” x 35” Seka worked with Canadian artists DougSeka worked with Canadian artists Doug Haynes, Otto Rogers, Ernest Lindner, Toni OnleyHaynes, Otto Rogers, Ernest Lindner, Toni Onley and William Perehudoff as well as art criticand William Perehudoff as well as art critic Nancy Townsley.Nancy Townsley. She worked with American artists Ray Allan,She worked with American artists Ray Allan, Stanley Boxer and Kenneth Nolan as well as artStanley Boxer and Kenneth Nolan as well as art critics Sidney Tillim, Kenworth Moffat, Karincritics Sidney Tillim, Kenworth Moffat, Karin Wilkin and James Wolfe.Wilkin and James Wolfe. ““Emma Lake has an incredible inspiring settingEmma Lake has an incredible inspiring setting where artists came from all over the world towhere artists came from all over the world to interact. It is a strong focal point to search forinteract. It is a strong focal point to search for the answer from the depth of the artist’sthe answer from the depth of the artist’s nature.”nature.”
  24. 24. Seka OwenSeka Owen ““Emma Lake Revisited XII”Emma Lake Revisited XII” AcrylicAcrylic 40” x 41”40” x 41”
  25. 25. Seka Owen in the studio 2008Seka Owen in the studio 2008
  26. 26. Eleanor LowdenEleanor Lowden Pidgeon ASAPidgeon ASA 20082008 ““Red Umbrellas”Red Umbrellas” 30” x 30”30” x 30” I thoroughly enjoyed immersing myself inI thoroughly enjoyed immersing myself in my work, uninterrupted by other lifemy work, uninterrupted by other life demands. I was able to concentrate ondemands. I was able to concentrate on developing my style and focus. The quietdeveloping my style and focus. The quiet and the beauty of the surroundings wasand the beauty of the surroundings was inspiring. It is a gem of a location and ainspiring. It is a gem of a location and a historically significant landmark.historically significant landmark.
  27. 27. Eleanor LowdenEleanor Lowden PidgeonPidgeon ““Who do you think you are ?”Who do you think you are ?” 30” x 40”30” x 40”
  28. 28. Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon in the studio 2008Eleanor Lowden Pidgeon in the studio 2008
  29. 29. Greg Pyra ASAGreg Pyra ASA 19821982 ““Land and Sky”Land and Sky” AcrylicAcrylic 33” x 39”33” x 39” ““This experience enabled me to develop aThis experience enabled me to develop a stronger artistic expression in the companystronger artistic expression in the company of other artists including the senior artistof other artists including the senior artist Stanley Boxer from New York. His presenceStanley Boxer from New York. His presence encouraged me to be more serious aboutencouraged me to be more serious about my practice and he reinforced the directionmy practice and he reinforced the direction I wished to take.”I wished to take.”
  30. 30. Greg PyraGreg Pyra ““Yellow Burst”Yellow Burst” AcrylicAcrylic 37’ x 48”37’ x 48”
  31. 31. Bonnie Scott ASABonnie Scott ASA 20072007 ““Canoe Glide”Canoe Glide” WatercolourWatercolour 12” x 14”12” x 14” I attended plein air painting with KlintI attended plein air painting with Klint Hunker. This was my first time painting inHunker. This was my first time painting in Saskatchewan, and I felt deeply connectedSaskatchewan, and I felt deeply connected to the peace of the boreal forest andto the peace of the boreal forest and wetlands at the Emma Lake campus.wetlands at the Emma Lake campus.
  32. 32. Bonnie ScottBonnie Scott ““Ancient Blue”Ancient Blue” WatercolourWatercolour 22” x 30”22” x 30”
  33. 33. Liz Sullivan ASALiz Sullivan ASA 2008, 2009, 20112008, 2009, 2011 ““Light and Shadows”Light and Shadows” Acrylic on CanvasAcrylic on Canvas 40” x 40”40” x 40” The immediacy of lake and meadowsThe immediacy of lake and meadows allows for daily outdoor sketching followedallows for daily outdoor sketching followed by bold and energetic painting, all in anby bold and energetic painting, all in an attempt to capture joy and new life in myattempt to capture joy and new life in my landscapes.landscapes.
  34. 34. Liz SullivanLiz Sullivan ““Lily Lake Reflections #1”Lily Lake Reflections #1” Acrylic on CanvasAcrylic on Canvas 40” x 36”40” x 36”
  35. 35. Liz Sullivan in the studio 2009Liz Sullivan in the studio 2009
  36. 36. Dawn Thrasher ASADawn Thrasher ASA 19941994 ““Fairview Canola Fields”Fairview Canola Fields” Acrylic.Acrylic. 24” x 30”24” x 30” In the summer of 1994, the guest artist wasIn the summer of 1994, the guest artist was Janet Fish who resided in New York at thatJanet Fish who resided in New York at that time. She was a very accomplished painter.time. She was a very accomplished painter. There were also master SaskatchewanThere were also master Saskatchewan artists in attendance, including Dorothyartists in attendance, including Dorothy Knowles, Bill Perehudoff and VictorKnowles, Bill Perehudoff and Victor Cicanzky. For a developing artist, theCicanzky. For a developing artist, the opportunity to meet and dialogue withopportunity to meet and dialogue with seasoned artists was of significantseasoned artists was of significant importance.importance.
  37. 37. Dawn ThrasherDawn Thrasher ““Clear Waters”Clear Waters” AcrylicAcrylic 24” x 30”24” x 30”
  38. 38. Jim Visser ASAJim Visser ASA 20022002 ““Astotin Lake”Astotin Lake” OilOil 30” x 48”30” x 48” I studied with Greg Hardy and did lots of plein air painting. There was good fellowship and critiques.I studied with Greg Hardy and did lots of plein air painting. There was good fellowship and critiques.
  39. 39. Jim VisserJim Visser ““After the Rain”After the Rain” OilOil 30” x 60”30” x 60”
  40. 40. Pam Wilman ASAPam Wilman ASA 1985,1985, 1986, 1991, 19921986, 1991, 1992 ““Lost Creek Fire”Lost Creek Fire” As a new BFA grad and landscape painter, IAs a new BFA grad and landscape painter, I was able to meet other landscape artists,was able to meet other landscape artists, curators and gallery dealers. The network ofcurators and gallery dealers. The network of artists are still role models for me today.artists are still role models for me today. Karen Wilkin, selected a painting for aKaren Wilkin, selected a painting for a corporate collection in Montrealcorporate collection in Montreal
  41. 41. Pam WilmanPam Wilman ““Spruce River”Spruce River”
  42. 42. The dining hall was a place for great conversationThe dining hall was a place for great conversation
  43. 43. Gus Kenderdine’s cabinGus Kenderdine’s cabin
  44. 44. All in a day’s work on the lakeAll in a day’s work on the lake
  45. 45. Some artists worked outdoorsSome artists worked outdoors
  46. 46. Through the reeds at the narrowsThrough the reeds at the narrows
  47. 47. A great fishing spotA great fishing spot
  48. 48. A corner of the main studioA corner of the main studio
  49. 49. Fairy Island mossFairy Island moss
  50. 50. That kind of night!That kind of night!
  51. 51. ASA members have a long history at EmmaASA members have a long history at Emma LakeLake Artists attended the campus in many capacitiesArtists attended the campus in many capacities All had rich and stimulating experiencesAll had rich and stimulating experiences All credit the Emma experience to theirAll credit the Emma experience to their continuing professional growth as artistscontinuing professional growth as artists Many members developed rich and continuingMany members developed rich and continuing friendships with artists and stafffriendships with artists and staff All agree that there is a certain magic at EmmaAll agree that there is a certain magic at Emma LakeLake It was a unique opportunity to meet visitingIt was a unique opportunity to meet visiting curators and criticscurators and critics
  52. 52. Last night at Emma Lake. The University withdrew funding of the campusLast night at Emma Lake. The University withdrew funding of the campus within a few days of this photograph being taken.within a few days of this photograph being taken.
  53. 53. BibiographyBibiography ““Alberta Society of Artists : The first seventy years” Kathy E. ZimonAlberta Society of Artists : The first seventy years” Kathy E. Zimon ““Alberta Art and Artists” Patricia Ainslie and Mary-Beth LavioletteAlberta Art and Artists” Patricia Ainslie and Mary-Beth Laviolette ““Augustus Kenderdine” Maeve Spain. Glenbow Museum, CalgaryAugustus Kenderdine” Maeve Spain. Glenbow Museum, Calgary ““Uprooted : The Life and Art of Ernest Lindner” Terrence HeathUprooted : The Life and Art of Ernest Lindner” Terrence Heath ““The Art of John Snow” Elizabeth HerbertThe Art of John Snow” Elizabeth Herbert

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