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Community Curates Week 3

July 18th, 2011

We’ve encountered an unexpected result in last week’s voting! We had a tie for second place. As a result, we’ll be hosting a tie-breaking vote on our Facebook Fan Page in our Window Wednesday album. If you want to help settle the tie between Milne’s Red Church and Seguin’s Untitled, be sure to like us on Facebook to recieve the notification we have posted the showdown! Bevington’s Tracks was our first place winner. 

In this week’s voting we present five diverse works for your consideration. Be sure to vote and let us know what you think in the comments. Thank you!

Week 3:

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1. Caven Atkins (Canadian, 1907-2000)

Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec  1937

watercolour on paper; Purchase, 1980

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2. Bill Laing (Canadian, b. Scotland, 1944)

Monday Afternoon  1976

etching on paper

Gift of Ken Carpenter, 1983

 

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3. Les Levine (Canadian, b. Ireland, 1935)

Chest X-ray  1966

photo-serigraph on acetate

Purchase, 1970

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4. Stephen Livick (Canadian, b. England, 1945)

Untitled (from Amerika series)  1976

platinum print on Arches watercolour paper

Gift of Ernie and Rivette Herzig, 2000

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5. Miriam Squires (Canadian, 1914-2005)

Untitled No.3  1984

watercolour and paper on paper

Gift of Isabel McLaughlin, 1989 

 

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