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She exhibited work with the Vancouver Sketch Club in at least 1920, according to a review of the exhibition, and also at the Vancouver Exhibition in 1925.
B.C. Vital Statistics on-lines gives the information that Edith Wrigley died in Vancouver at age 76 on April 17 1939, possibly the artist.
|1917 Sept. 14 - 22||B.C.S.F.A. Eleventh Exhibition||On The Fraser|
|1921 Sept. 19 - 24||BCSFA 13th Annual Exhibition||Dorothy Perkins|
|Roses and Old Ivory|
|Two Pink Roses|
|1922 Sept. 16 - 23||BCSFA 14th Annual Exhibition||Snowdrops|
|1923 May 12 - 19||BCSFA 15th Annual Exhibition||Violets|
|A Stormy Day|
|1924 May 3 - 17||BCSFA 16th Annual Exhibition||Breath of Spring|
|1925 May 9 - 16||BCSFA 17th Annual Exhibition||"Michaelmas Daisies"|
|1926 May 8 - 15||BCSFA 18th Annual Exhibition||Nasturtiums|
|Flowers and Still Life|
|1932 May - July||VAG All Canadian Exhibition||Spring|
"Miss Edith Wrigley's still life study, "Roses and Old Ivory," was a beautiful piece
of work, both in color and technique."
From "Vancouver Sketch Club" by (unknown)
Western Woman's Weekly, October 9 1920
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