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Mulcaster, Wynona

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    • Wynona Croft
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    • found: nuc86-61137: Her Wynona Mulcaster, a survey, 1973-1982, c1984(hdg. on CaBVaU rept.: Mulcaster, Wynona; usage: Wynona Mulcaster)
    • found: Saskatoon star-phoenix, 7 September 2016, online, viewed 28 October 2016(Wynona "Nonie" Croft Mulcaster is being remembered for her contributions to the Saskatchewan art community after her death at age 101; died Aug. 25 at her long-time home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; active as a painter and avid horseback rider into her 80s; born in Prince Albert in 1915; moved full-time to Mexico in 1977)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 28 October 2016:Wynona Mulcaster (Wynona Croft Mulcaster; born 10 April 1915, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan; died 25 August 2016, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; Canadian painter and teacher best known for prairie landscapes, and also played an important role in developing competitive riding in Saskatoon; earned a BA in Art and English from the University of Saskatchewan in 1942, attended the Banff School of Fine Arts in 1946 and the the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts School of Art and Design in 1947, and earned a Master of Fine Arts at the Instituto Allende in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico in 1976; helped establish in the late 1930s what would later become the Emma Lake Artist's Workshops, which she attended from 1937 until 1993; started teaching at the Saskatchewan Teachers' College in Saskatoon in 1943, and was Director of Art Education there from 1945 to 1948; from 1964 to 1977, was Associate Professor in the Department of Visual Art at the University of Saskatchewan; helped establish in 1955 the Canadian Society for Education through Art in Quebec City; worked mainly in acrylics on canvas or paper; worked as an instructor at the Saskatoon Pony Club from 1945 until 1973, being inducted into the Saskatoon Sports Hall of Fame in 1994)
    • found: Amicus database, 28 October 2016(authorized access point: Mulcaster, Wynona, 1915- ; access points: Mulcaster, Wynona, Mulcaster, Wynona, 1915- , Mulcaster, Wynona Croft)
    • found: Union list of artist names online, viewed 28 October 2016(preferred access point: Mulcaster, Wynona Croft; variant access points: Mulcaster, Nonie, Mulcaster, Wynona)
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    • 1986-07-02: new
    • 2016-11-02: revised
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