BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS  

Mrs. Edith M. Clark

dates

O.M. Chinese, 1st Class
F.R.G.S.
F.R.A.S.


Edith Clark was a noted businesswoman in Vancouver who in the 1930s operated stores called The Pagoda Shop and Mrs. Clark's Treasures. Later she ran the Gallery of B.C. Arts on Georgia Street at Lost Lagoon from 1961 to 1982. She was an early and important supporter of B.C. artists, and exhibited their work in her stores.


1937 advertisement

BC Vital Statistics on-line did not provide any information on Clark as of November 2021.

EXHIBITIONS

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION LOCATION

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION ARTWORK
1936 March 7 - 18 Oriental Art Vancouver Art Gallery

References

5th ANNUAL FOLK SONG & DANCE FESTIVAL catalogue
     "with Arts and Crafts Exhibition"
     Crystal Ballroom, Hotel Vancouver Oct. 27 - 30, 1937

THE LIFE AND ART OF GEORGE FERTIG (2010)
     Mother Tongue Publishing, Salt Spring Island, BC
     Mona Fertig (q.v.); intro Peter Such
     ISBN 978-1-896949-06-2 (176 pages, paperback)
     Includes references to Gallery of B.C. Arts incl. dates of operation

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