|BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS|
FIRST QUARTERLY GROUP EXHIBITION
QUARTERLY GROUP SHOWS
It is in these circumstances that the Exhibition Committee decided to restrict One-man shows to three or four a year and to make them by invitation only. At the same time they instituted the Quarterly Group Shows in which the work of four or five artists will be hung together. Anyone may apply for inclusion in a Group show. It is intended that these shows should serve both established painters and also those who show real promise in their development. They will also ensure that the door remains wide open for any artist to approach the Committee and submit work for their consideration.
With great pleasure we present this, the First Quarterly Group Exhibition. We are confident that these exhibitions will prove a very successful feature of our programs.
Born in Singapore, 1918, he came to Canada in 1926. During the war he was
appointed an Official War Artist and served with the R.C.A.F. Two of his
war paintings were presented to the National Library of Wales.
Born 1913, he spent his early childhood in Nanaimo and later moved to
Vancouver where he remained until 1939. He received his training at the
Vancouver School of Art and then became a commercial artist.
During the war he was appointed an Official War Artist and served in Britain,
the Aleutians and Canada until 1946.
Born 1921 in Vancouver he is a graduate of the Vancouver
School of Art.
Born in Bonn, Germany, and attended art school in Frankfurt am Main for
a year before coming to Canada in 1912. He studied at Vancouver
School of Art night classes under F.H. Varley,
W.P. Weston, A.R.C.A.,
J.W.G. Macdonald, and C.H. Scott,
A.R.C.A. In 1934 he became a commercial artist and joined the staff of the
Sun Publishing Co. in 1939, where he is now Art Director of Lithography.