My wife was always fond of it. It was my mother-in-law’s painting. Just thought I’d look up the artist and see what it’s all about. It’s the original frame and everything. No year included. The painting is 10 X 13” on board. My mother-in-law lived in the St Clair area of Toronto. I’ll ask her where she got it. Those are the words of David D. and these are the photos of the painting: What a welcome addition this painting is to the Clara archive. Clara captured the brid
Jenn B. a high school visual arts teacher in London, Ontario contacted me recently: I’m thrilled that you have a space dedicated to Clara Harris. I only discovered her when I saw her work at my in-laws. They received this painting in the 1980’s. The painting was in storage at a relative’s house in Collingwood, and my mother-in-law liked it so much that it was given to her. I was immediately drawn in. Clara was new to me! Canadian art history is something I study, teach and l
If a picture’s worth a thousand words what’s a video worth? Emmanuel, a Clara collector, created this video so viewers can appreciate his collection even better! Thanks Emmanuel. And collectors, if you’d like to send videos pertaining to Clara’s life and work these can be shared on the site.