Emma Butler Gallery
111 GEORGE ST WEST | ST. JOHN'S NL | CANADA | A1C 6K2 | 709 739-7111 | emmabutlergallery@nl.rogers.com

Historical Works
Anne Meredith Barry RCA
Anthony Barton
David Blackwood RCA
Grant Boland
Patrick Canning
Alistair Drysdale
Lori Doody
Jean Claude Girardin
George Horan
Kathleen Knowling
John McDonald
Robert Mellin RCA
Shawn O'Hagan
Susan Paterson
Barbara Pratt
Christopher Pratt RCA
Mary Pratt RCA
Steven Rhude
Bill Rose
Jean-Claude Roy
Olaf Schneider
Dave Sheppard
Wally Shishkov
Lotti Thomas
Krista van Nostrand
Darren Whalen
Michael Young

Anne Meredith Barry, RCA

During her lifetime, Anne Meredith Barry's bold, strongly coloured works were widely exhibited in solo and group shows across Canada and internationally. Of particular note was the exhibition "Down North"—prints, mixed-media works, and paintings on paper—that resulted from her 1993 trip along the Labrador Coast; it was curated by the Art Gallery of Newfoundland in 1998 and circulated nationally by the University of Toronto's Blackwood Gallery. The following year her work was included in "True North: The Landscape Tradition in Contemporary Canadian Art," which travelled to the Kaohsiung Museum in Taipei, Taiwan.

Born in Toronto in 1932, Barry revealed her interest in art from an early age. She began painting full-time after graduating from the Ontario College of Art. Her first trip to Newfoundland, sponsored by the Outport Arts Foundation, was in 1971. Captivated by the province's landscape and culture, she returned regularly to teach, paint, and make prints. In 1986 she settled for good; purchasing and refurbishing the former St. Michael's Printshop on the Avalon Peninsula's Southern Shore.

Anne Meredith Barry received an honorary doctorate from Memorial University in 1998. Throughout her long career she taught and led workshops all across Canada. She died in 2003.

Three etchings    14.5 x 11 each

Four combination etchings and silkscreens    10 x 7.5 each