Vera Greenwood was born and raised in Calgary and now lives in the Gatineau Hills of Quebec.
She has a diploma of visual arts from the Alberta College of Art and Design (Calgary) and a Master’s degree in fine arts from Concordia University (Montreal), both specializing in printmaking. She has taught printmaking at Concordia University and Arctic College and is currently employed at the Inuit Art Centre, Department of Indian Affairs and Nothern Development in Hull. Over the past ten years Greenwood’s printmaking background has developed into a multi-media installation practice. Her work has been widely exhibited in Canada as well as in the U.K. and Mexico. Her recent artistic residencies include the Canada Council Paris Studio, the Banff Centre and Centro de la Imagen, Mexico.
Vera Greenwood. L'hôtel Soficalle
2002.11.15 - 2003.01.19
During a stay in Paris in the winter of 1997–98, Vera Greenwood undertook a strange activity: she began to tail the French artist Sophie…Read more