Barbara Sharp lived in British Columbia "since 1917", according to an
entry form she filled out for a B.C. Artists exhibition at the
Vancouver Art Gallery, where she showed her work in
the 1933, 1934, and 1939 annuals. She was living in Vancouver at that time. She
attended the Vancouver School of Art, receiving
a merit certificate in 1937 and graduating in 1939.
Sharp attended the Vancouver School of Art summer
camp on Savary Island, and was noted in issues of
THE SAVARY PUDDING.
|1933 Sept. 22 - Oct. 15
B.C. Artists 2nd
|1939 Sept. 15 - Oct. 8
B.C. Artists 8th
THE SAVARY PUDDING folio by Frederick A. Amess,
Original drawings, paintings and text by Amess, C.H. Scott,
H. Mortimer Lamb, Plato von Ustinov,
and other students and visitors.
June 1935 (various dates), June 1939 (various dates)
52 loose 12"x18" sheets of brown sketch paper
See Vancouver School of Decorative &
Applied Arts - List of Students for art school references.
A CENTURY OF SCULPTURE (refer to
"Congratulating Vancouver School of Art for the excellence
of its work during the past session, under the tuition of Charles
H. Scott and staff, Col. F.T. Fairey, director of the technical education branch
of the Department of Education, distributed scholarships and diplomas to successful
students Friday afternoon. ... Diploma in Drawing and Painting - Barbara Sharp.
From "Diplomas Awarded to Art Students"
Vancouver Province, September 2 1939