An exhibition of early work from acclaimed artist Ann Kipling is set to open in West Vancouver Museum later this month.
“Drawing the Line: North Shore Works 1962-1967, guest curated by Robin Laurence, will feature intaglio prints and ink, gouache and mixed media drawings Kipling produced during the time she lived on the North Shore in the 1960’s, whilst exploring the development of her drawing style. Subjects in the works on display will include people, plants, animals and locations from Lynn Valley and Sunshine Falls.
Ann Kipling was born in Victoria and continues to live in British Columbia. In 2004 sge was the first recipient of the Audain Prize for Lifetime Achievement, and her work is held in collections across the world.
Ann Kipling: Drawing the Line
North Shore Works 1962-1967
January 25–March 25, 2017
Curated by Robin Laurence
Opening Reception: January 24 from 7 to 9 p.m.
Artist talk: January 28 at 2 p.m.
Curator’s Tour: February 25 at 2 p.m.
Image: Ann Kipling, Untitled (Sleeping Dog), etching on paper, 1966