|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
A Weekly Causerie - - - of Interest to Art Lovers
Savary Island lies eighty-five miles northwest from Vancouver and has the reputation of being "a South Sea Island set in the Gulf of Georgia." Accommodation has been secured at Royal Savary Hotel and every facility is offered for indoor and outdoor recreations. Special arrangements have been made for small costs for the ten days' camp, Mr. Scott states, but accommodation is limited.
For the whole month of July student artists will revel in the marvellous
scenery to be found in Garibaldi Meadows. F.H Varley,
R.C.A., and J.W.G. Macdonald, directors of the
B.C. College of Art, will take their pupils up 5,000
feet into this country which they declare has marvellous possibilities from
an artist's point of view. Those who remember Mr. Macdonald's "Black Tusk" will
agree that British Columbia will gain much when her artists can give to the
world such canvases.