Arnold Friberg, 1920-2010, was a famous American illustrator and oil painter. He was famous for his biblical and patriotic subject matter, which lead to a commission from the Northwest Paper Company for a number of works depicting the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
Fogo Island Arts is a residency based contemporary art venue open to artists and thinkers from around the world. This innovative and revolutionary architectural wonder is meant to engage global conversation, an experiment in art, nature.
The wild horses that inhabit the island have always been a source of great interest, photos of these mystical equines were first published in 1898 by Arthur Williams McCurdy for National Geographic. Originally, they likely descended from horses confiscated from the Acadian population during the Great Expulsion, left on the island in order to be contained.
Brooke Holm is a photographer based in Australia, her work focuses on dramatic landscape and conceptual still life. Her series Arctic is a fascinating portrayal of natural Northern space, it reads as so peaceful, cold and pristine, that you can forget you’re looking at a living landscape.
A major chapter in the evolution of modern day Canada is the building of our transnational railway. Along with this new network to connect the nation, a series of luxury hotels were opened by the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) to motivate and accommodate vacationing.