File 003 - Blackcomb Interpretive Paintings

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Blackcomb Interpretive Paintings

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WA_2016_083-05-001-003

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  • [1980s-1990s?] (Creation)
    Creator
    MacLaurin, Isobel

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2 photographs : col. reprint ; 15.1 x 10.1 cm

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(c. 1932-)

Biographical history

Isobel MacLaurin is a long-time Whistler resident and painter whose murals can be found on Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains, on the Valley Trail, in several Whistler Parks, at the British Columbia Institute of Technology, in various Burnaby Parks, at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji, and in the Cook Islands. She received the Citizen of the Year Award for the Whistler Chamber of Commerce in 1991. Isobel is a charter member of the Whistler Public Arts Committee, the Whistler Arts Council, a trustee of the Whistler Museum and Archives Society, and a long time member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. She has volunteered her artistic talents for many years for the children of Whistler, and recently for the children of an East Vancouver school. At her Alpha Lake studio, Isobel provides art courses to groups by appointment.

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Two photographic reprints attached to pieces of white backing. One photograph shows Isobel MacLaurin painting a mural of black bears, and the other shows her painting a mural of deer. Caption reads: "Two of several interpretive Paintings on Blackcomb".

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Good (October 2018)

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Donated by Tom Graham, August 29, 2018.

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Arranged according to original order.

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All inquiries regarding use, reproduction, and publication should be addressed to museum staff.

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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.

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Catalogued October 2018.
Revised September 2019.

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