|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
She returned to Canada after the war and lived in Toronto ON, where she studied under Carl Schaeffer prior to moving west. She exhibited as an invited contributor with the Canadian Group of Painters in 1947, showing a painting titled Merry Go Round with a price of $100.00. The painting was one of fourteen works illustrated in the catalogue.
She did not exhibit in the 1953 or 1958 exhibitions of the CGP, despite the latter show being held at the Vancouver Art Gallery. She was not listed as a member of the group nor otherwise noted in the three exhibition catalogues mentioned above, nor in two reference works on the CGP by Paul Duval (Four Decades) and Alicia Boutilier et al. (A Vital Force).
She exhibited in the annual B.C. Artists exhibitions at the Vancouver Art Gallery in 1949, 1950, 1951, and 1953.
She submitted four works to the 1949 B.C. Graphic exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery, three of them were selected for the exhibition. She was living in Oliver, B.C.
She exhibited with the B.C. Society of Fine Arts in 1952, 1954, and 1956.
She moved to Summerland in 1975, where she died in 1989 at the age of 84, occupation noted as "housewife" married to Reverend Edward S. Somers.
|1949 Oct. 8 - 30||VAG B.C. Artists 18th Annual||Keremeos Rodeo|
|1949 Nov. 22 - Dec. 11||VAG First B.C. Graphic||Hockey|
|Babes in the Wood|
|Studies in Action (rejected)|
|1950 Nov. 28 - Dec. 17||VAG B.C. Artists 19th Annual||Segment of School Band|
|Dead Flicker in Forest|
B.C. VITAL STATISTICS ON-LINE death (refer to BCVS)