|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
She exhibited with the PASOVAS group in 1932, and possibly other shows.
In 1933 she had a studio at 1087 Bute Street, along with a number of other artists and art teachers.
The Spring 1936 edition of The Smock Pocket, the Vancouver School of Art Graduates' Association newsletter, noted that she "is the Art Teacher at the Kamloops Junior High School."
BC Vital Statistics lists Farmer's marriage to John Gray on June 23 1938, both bride and groom noted as living in Kamloops. Unusually, the marriage certificate also notes "Marriage dissolved at Vancouver, B.C. on April 14, 1939" which is not even a year later.
|1932 Sept. 17 - 30||PASOVAS Club Exhibition||"Up the Rock" (pen sketch)|
|"Desolation" (pen sketch)|
|"View from Emerald Lake" (Water colour on wood)|
|"Phil" (pencil sketch)|
B.C. VITAL STATISTICS ON-LINE marriage (refer to BCVS)
"Other contributors include: ... Madge Farmer ...
From "The Paint Box Is Annual of Vancouver Art School"
unknown newspaper, June 1927