BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS  

Brenda Davey

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Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts
P.A.S.O.V.A.S.


Brenda Davey was a member of P.A.S.O.V.A.S., the Pioneer Art Students of Vancouver Art School, an artist's group formed in 1930 from the students who entered the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts in its first year and a half of classes in 1925 and 1926.

Davey started classes at the VSDAA in 1925, while living at 150 West 10th Avenue in Vancouver. She wrote one article for the June 1926 issue of The Paint Box, the art school's annual, titled "Miscellaneous Reports", in which she provided information about a school picnic at Stanley Park, sketching expeditions to the Stanley Park zoo led by the school's Director Charles H. Scott, and the formation of the Art School tennis club, which played at the Central School courts. She did not graduate from the art school.


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