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A Nanaimo artist known for her paintings of B.C. First Nations subjects, which included portraits, reproductions of carvings and totem poles, ceremonial masks and masked dancers, genre scenes of women gathering food and other scenes of coastal life before the arrival of Europeans. Each painting she did was carefully researched for accurate detail. In 1961 over 60 of her paintings were exhibited in various centres in the United States including the University of Southern California. [Reference: Daily Free Press, Nanaimo, B.C., March 20, 1961 "Work of Nanaimo Artist Arouses Interest in U.S." by Rex Malthouse.]