Binning and Billaux: A Place in Art History
West Vancouver is home to numerous artists drawn to its spectacular landscape and proximity to both the mountains and ocean. B.C. Binning, a key figure of modernism on the West Coast of Canada, created numerous lyrical drawings inspired by landscapes and scenes. Jane Billaux, who moved to Canada from England in the 1930’s painted local people and places over her long career.
On Saturday September 15th, join Museum staff and learn how landscape inspired these two artists:
- 1pm Talk and Guided Bus Tour on Binning and local landscape ($ 10 per person)
- 3:15pm Talk on Jane Billaux (admission by donation)
- 4-6pm Opening reception of The Black Slip: The Painting of Jane Billaux
Please contact the Museum at 604-925-7295 for Talk and Guided Bus Tour on Binning and local landscape. Limited number of tickets for this talk is sold in advance.
Image: Painting by Jane Billaux. Urbanpictures.com photo.