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Artists as Writers: Interviews with Artists: Drawing/Painting

Genre: Interviews with Artists: Drawing/Painting

This section contains interviews with artists who draw and paint.

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Peggy Adam: Interviews

"A Strange Kind of Courage: An Interview with Peggy Adam." Avoid the Future. 23 Mar 2011.
An interview about Adam’ comic book Luchadoras. Read online.

"Peggy Adam." Low Valley. BDetente. 2009. Web.
 An interview in French, conducted by Low Valley during 2009 BD-Fil Festival international de bande dessinée de Lausanne. Read online via Wayback Machine.

Paul-Emile Borduas: Interviews

"Hommage à Paul-Emile Borduas." By Robert Elie & Jean Ethier-Blais. Vie des arts 19 (Summer 1960): 18-31
This article comprises two texts; the second text is an interview of Borduas in his workshop, talks about his life & paintings

Paraskeva Clark: Interviews

"Paraskeva Clark." Lawrence Sabbath. Canadian Art 17.5 (Sep 1960): 291-93. Available at OCADU Library.
Sabbath interviews Clark about her work, influences, use of colours, and art training.

Interview with Paraskeva Clark. Charles C. Hill. Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 1973.
Hill interviews Clark on Oct 18, 1973 in preparation for Canadian Painting in the Thirties exhibition.  View transcript in English and French, and listen to audio recordings online.

"Paraskeva Clark." by Janice Cameron, et al. Eclectic Eve. [s.l.: s.n., 1974].
This chapter includes written quotes from interview tapes with Clark where she talks about her work and being a painter. Interview tapes are housed at the  OCAD University archives.

Interview between Paraskeva Clark and Joan Murray. Toronto, 29 May 1979, Archives of the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa.

Wiliam Kurelek: Interviews

The Maze: The Story of William Kurelek. [videorecording]  Houghton Mifflin Co., 1971, directed by Robert Young & David Grubin, produced by Stanley Plotnick, Irwin Young, Robert Young.
While the film documents Kurelek's works and interviews his family, Kurelek delivers opening monologue as well as on camera revelations.

William Kurelek's The Maze. Lanham, Md.: National Film Network, [2005?]. Based on 1971 documentary directed by Robert Young & David Grubin; 2005 film produced & re-imagined by Nick Young & Zack Young
Includes Kurelek's on-camera revelations as he speaks.