Newmarket Public Library's Digital History Collection

Cowan, Rebecca
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Rebecca Cowan is an award-winning printmaker and book artist living in Kingston. Over the last twenty-five years her work has been exhibited extensively in Canada, as well as internationally in the United States, India, Korea and Australia. Ms. Cowan has had solo exhibitions in Toronto and Vancouver. In addition to the prizes she has been awarded from the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, Organization of Kingston Women Artists, and the Kingston Arts Council, Ms. Cowan has also received grants from Open Studio, the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council. Rebecca’s prints and artists’ books can be seen in many public and private collections throughout Canada including the National Library of Canada, the Canada Council Art Bank, the Ontario Securities Commission and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.
Number 2 of 5 original prints.
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Image Width: 17.25in
Image Height: 12in
Local identifier:
14-112 [Newmarket Public Library B07]
Bowman art collection
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In 1987 the Newmarket Public Library (NPL) was very fortunate to be the beneficiary of a donation intended for works of art and books relating to art by Dorothy and Jim Bowman and their daughter Carol Bowman. The funds were invested in trust for this purpose until 1998 when a collection of works of art was selected and purchased to form a permanent gallery in the Library.
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Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Reproduction Notes:
DSLR camera, 35mm, 2 lights with soft boxes, modeling light only, high resolution.
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