Joe Plaskett was born in 1918 in Westminster, B.C. He studied at the Vancouver School of Art with Hans Hoffman and was Director for the Winnipeg School of Art. He also taught at Vancouver School of Art. (1969 inventory)
Daphne Odjig was born on the Wikwemikong Reserve, Manitoulin Island and now lives on the Koostatak Reserve in Northern Manitoba. Her talent was recognized and encouraged early by her father and grandfather. While in B.C., she joined the B.C. Federation of Artists. She enjoys portraying legends and folklore of her people in ink, pastels and acrylic. (Art catalogue, 1983)
39.5 X 49.5 cm
41.5 X 51.5 cm
pen and ink
Heavy cockling of surface, especially on left side.
Mrs. Pennington was born in Saskatoon, attending school in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and finally Winnipeg. She lived for 17 years in Shellmouth, Manitoba before moving to Oak Lake where she now resides. Her artistic interest later turned towards small wild animals (1983 inventory)
Rae Tapley majored in English at Brandon University. She took art lessons at Winnipeg auditorium and continued at the Brandon Allied Arts Centre. She also studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts. (BU Art Catalogue, 1983)
28 X 41 cm
59 X 70.5 cm
Cockling of surface. Brown accretion marks in various places. Frame has multiple marks on top, bottom and left arms.
mat, plexiglass, backing board; frame - wood and canvas