Monthly Archives: February 2014

What’s this Hot Mush all About?

  The Canadian School of Painting is immersing oneself in nature, to be inspired and create en plein air. AY Jackson and the Group of Seven were infamous for what the Canadian critics called the Hot Mush Style.The Hot Mush … Continue reading

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McMichael Canadian Art Collection leads Killarney Park Celebration

         The McMichael Canadian Art Collection announced presenting Sponsorship of Killarney Provincial Parks 50th Anniversary Group of Seven Festival. The McMichael Canadian Collection has established global presence for the Iconic Group of Seven and the Canadian School of Painting. The … Continue reading

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Mandarin Channel Tsunami hits Killarney Provincial Park

Four weeks ago I went on Facebook for the first time in my life; low and behold there were thousands upon thousands of friend requests from Asia.  What do I do?   I say to myself…. everyone is sending messages in … Continue reading

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