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Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky (1936) ~ Emily Carr

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Emily Carr (1871–1945) was a Canadian artist and writer from British Columbia inspired by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Carr's main themes were natives and nature: native totem poles set in deep forest locations or sites of abandoned native villages, and the large rhythms of Western forests, driftwood-tossed beaches and expansive skies.

Paintings from Carr's last decade reveal her growing anxiety about the environmental impact of industry on British Columbia's landscape. Her work from this time reflected her growing concern over industrial logging, its ecological effects and its encroachment on the lives of indigenous people.
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Thanks for the literary recommendation, patw. I will look for it!


Thanks for the tag, Bill, and for the Emily Carr, Judy. A book recommended to me by Andy and I further recommend - The Forest Lover, by Susan Vreeland.


Awesome painting!


Elegantly stated, Emily. Thank you for posting this, Judy. Thanks for the tag, Mike.

Emily has other fans on Jigidi: @LarryTheCrashTestDummy @patw @Bommom




It does give you a new awareness about trees, doesn't it?


Wonderful coincidence, I just finished reading "The Overstory" - extraordinary! TFP


I agree!


Excellent painting - powerful message.

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