Art Windsor-Essex respectively acknowledges that we are located on Anishinaabe Territory – the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations, comprised of the Ojibway, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi. Today the Anishinaabe of the Three Fires Confederacy are represented by Bkejwanong. We want to state our respect for the ancestral and ongoing authority of Walpole Island First Nation over its Territory.
- Exhibitions + Displays
- Female Self-Representation and the Public Trust: Mary E. Wrinch and the AGW Collection
Female Self-Representation and the Public Trust: Mary E. Wrinch and the AGW Collection
April 7, 2012 - June 10, 2012
Painter and printmaker Mary Evelyn Wrinch (1877-1969) was an active member of the visual arts community in Toronto in the early 20th century. This exhibition features paintings and lino block prints, with subject matter that includes landscapes and industrial activity in Muskoka as well as floral imagery developed in response to her gardens in Wychwood Park, Toronto where she lived for many decades alone and with her husband, artist George A. Reid. The exhibition shows her to be an accomplished artist and important printmaker, and traces the formation of the collection of her work at the AGW.
Read “Celebrating Legacy: Mary E. Wrinch at the Ottawa Art Gallery”, a review by Shannon Moore, Editorial Intern, National Gallery of Canada, posted July 20, 2015
FR : http://www.magazinembac.ca/correspondants/mary-e-wrinch-a-la-galerie-d-art-d-ottawa-un-patrimoine-a-celebrer