BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS  

Marguerite Ellen Goulding
(m August Roozeboom, m Bill Roozeboom)

February 13 1923 - (date not known)

groups

Marguerite Goulding was born in Vancouver. She took art education at the Vancouver School of Art. She married August Roozeboom, who was killed in WWII. She exhibited artwork in the juried 1948 17th Annual B.C. Artists exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. She was living in Vancouver.

After the war she met and married Bill Roozeboom (nee Hendrik Willem Bakhuys-Roozeboom). She became interested in film-making in the late 1940s, and was involved in the production of a number of movies, such as City of Rivers, "Most Lovely Country": British Columbia, Nature's Miracle, Road of the Caribou. She and her husband filmed and produced the 1958 film about the blasting of Ripple Rock in Seymour Narrows, the largest non-nuclear explosion in history. She did animations for the 1964 film by City of Vancouver and CMHC titled "To Build a Better City" which was also produced by her husband Bill.

She co-authored books titled The Camera and the Brush and Through My Viewfinder.

In 1981 she and her husband were living in White Rock.

EXHIBITIONS

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION LOCATION

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
DATE EXHIBITION ARTWORK
1948 Sept. 18 - Oct. 10 VAG   B.C. Artists 17th Annual Arbutus Trees, Hornby Island
Fir Trees, Hornby Island

References

B.C. Archives - transcript summary of Bill & Marguerite Roozeboom interview, taken at White Rock May 7 1981.

Canadian Educational, Sponsored & Industrial Film Project.

Clippings

HOME