Elizabeth Whalley Interview

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Peter Whalley’s daughter, Elizabeth, has recently returned from New York and Nova Scotia to live in Morin Heights and to carry on her work as an artist. Presently residing in her father’s log-built home, Elizabeth provides a glimpse into Peter’s private life, demeanour as a cartoonist, work ethic, and range of artistic mediums. Interpreting his visual output as “texts,” Elizabeth muses on the social and political context of her father's artwork, often reflecting on the nature of his personality as influencing his non-traditional creativity. She also comments on his friendship with Wade Hemsworth and provides insight into aspects of “The Story of the I’m Alone.”


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