Beatrice Lennie School of Sculpture
c1935 - ?
1522 13th Avenue, Vancouver
Beatrice Lennie founded her School of Sculpture
after the B.C. College of Arts at which she was
working as an Assistant Instructor under Frederick
Varley and Jock Macdonald closed in 1935
due to financial difficulties.
Lennie's School of Sculpture offered a three-year course. A few years later
Lennie closed the school and began teaching at Crofton House School, a
position she held for a number of years.
|1935 Oct. 15 - 27
||Vancouver Art Gallery
||B. Lennie School of Sculpture Group Show
||B.C. Regional Festival, Victoria
||animal masks for The Last War
FIRST CLASS - Four Graduates From The Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts
1987, Letia Richardson; The Floating Curatorial Gallery at Women in Focus
Exhibition catalogue; ISBN 0-921823-03-7
Includes survey essay of women artists in Vancouver.
Chronologies of Lilias Farley, Irene Hoffar Reid, Beatrice Lennie, and Vera Weatherbie.
A DICTIONARY OF CANADIAN ARTISTS
(refer to M)
One and a half page biography, with footnotes.
A CENTURY OF SCULPTURE (refer to
"Sculpture Exhibition" by (unknown)
(unknown newspaper), October 18, 1935