Colouring the Collection: Evening (1921) by Walter J. Phillips

by Shelby Smith

For our second edition of Colouring the Collection, inspired by the Winnipeg Art Gallery, we have Evening (1921) by Walter J. Phillips.  This familiar scene has me longing for the warmer weather and sunny evenings on the lake, especially with the cold weather (and sometimes snow!) dragging well into April this year.

Click the button below to open a high-res PDF that you can print and colour at home.  We’d love to see what you create!  Share with us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter by tagging @themusekenora and stay tuned for more!

 

 

 

 

 

Did you know?

The editor of the local newspaper pushed for Kenora to be named “Tresilva” instead.  He thought the word was excellent because it could be written without lifting the pen off the paper. The name Tresilva was tremendously unpopular with the townsfolk and was quickly abandoned.

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