Ken Carpenter | ABCRIT | 1st May 2017
In the 1940’s Montreal was the centre of visual art in Canada. A notable artist at the time was Francoise Sullivan who, then and now, champions abstraction as central to art. At 93, Sullivan fully deserves the accolade “doyenne of Canadian art”. “Her resolve to continually move forward is truly remarkable. Unlike so many other [old] artists … Francoise Sullivan seems ageless”.
Image: Corkin Gallery