|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
Teachers at the school included S.P. Judge, James Forbes MacKintosh Gow, Margaret Wake, Louise Beresford Tully, and Ann Batchelor.
The 1906 Henderson's directory listed the group at 633 West Hastings Street, President H. Abbott, Treasurer Mrs. Osborne Plunkett, Secretary Mrs. A.L. Russell.
|1904 November||Loan Exhibition|
|1906 October||Group Exhibition|
|1907 October||Group Exhibition|
|1908 October||Group Exhibition|
|1909 June 19-July 17||Exhibition of Pictures (see review)|
|1909 Oct - Nov||Autumn Exhibition (see review)|
"The Studio Club Autumn Exhibition"
B.C. Saturday Sunset, October 30 1909
"Among the various societies that have from time to time been started in British
Columbia to further the cause of art, the Vancouver Studio Club
is entitled to a prominent place. It was started in 1904 under the presidency of
Mr. H. Abbott, who still retains that position. Himself an
enthusiastic amateur in water color, Mr. Abbott was always ready to do what he could
in the cause of art, and in November of the same year he assisted in the gathering of
an important loan collection of pictures which were exhibited under the auspices of
the club, and which contained many valuable works of art."
From "Art in British Columbia", by Bernard McEvoy,
Opportunities magazine, 1910