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Brigitte Potter-Mael Bromus Tectorum

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C$ 800.00 Excl. tax

2015, intaglio;woodcut, 2 of 5 varied, 78x60cm

  • File number: POTB050

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Brigitte Potter-Mael lives and works in Vancouver. BFA (1983) from Concordia University, Montreal, in printmaking, drawing and multi-media.

Professional development seminars: Women, Life and the Planet, Simon Fraser University; the “Social Sculpture” Colloquium (after Joseph Beuys) at Goethe Institute Glasgow; the Banff Centre for the Arts Participant Program and the Leighton Artist Colony in Banff; in search of medicinal plants at Insula, Biological Reserve, Amazone Peru. MPS

A recipient of grants and stipends from Canada Council for the Arts Ottawa; Ministry of cultural Affairs Quebec; Banff Centre for the Arts; Goethe Institute Vancouver; the Kulturamt Dresden; Rosa Luxemburg Institute, Berlin; Pinacoteca Vitulano, Italy; Altos de Chavon Artist Colony, Dominican Republic.

Solo- and group-exhibitions in Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Portugal, Finland, Poland, Japan, and the USA since 1984. Works can be found in public collections of the Canada Council for the Arts Ottawa, the Ministry of cultural Affairs Quebec, the Camosun College in Victoria, the University of British Columbia, the Malaspina Printmakers Society Archives in Vancouver, the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff, the Esperanza Gallery and Concordia University in Montreal, the Kulturamt in Dresden, the Pinacoteca Vitulano in Italy, and in many private collections in Canada and abroad.