Item B-310 - Marie-Louise Perron Sketch

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Marie-Louise Perron Sketch

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  • [1962 or 1963] (Creation)

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1 paint and chalk sketch : b&w ; 64 x 50 cm

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Paint and chalk sketch on paper by Marie-Louise Perron from a drawing class. The two subjects are Donald K. McNamee, Professor, Art and Art History and the daughter of Bill Epp, sculptor.

Bio/Historical Note: Marie-Louise Perron, B.A., B.Ed. (SK), M. ès Arts (Que.), was born on her grandfatherʼs land in Saskatchewan. She is a descendant of the Red River Métis and early French newcomers. She holds Education and Fine Arts degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, and a masterʼs degree in Ethnology from Laval University. As an educator, visual artist, author, archivist and public servant at the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan, Library and Archives Canada. and the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, Perron has maintained and promoted the traditions and cultures of Indigenous peoples. In 2016, Perron was elected councillor to the Ottawa Region Métis Council.

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