Maud Lewis is one of Canada's most beloved folk artists. Born in 1903, Maud spent her life painting the enchanting and ever-changing places of rural Nova Scotia until her death in 1970. Coming July 23rd, her work will be featured in a new book, Maud Lewis: Paintings for Sale by Sarah Milroy. For years, Maud's paintings have been dominated by conversations of her disability and family life but that conversation changes with this new collection. Here is the 101 on Maud Lewis: Paintings for Sale.Read more →
Goose Lane is thrilled to celebrate Lucy Jarvis: Even Stones Have Life as the winner of the Best Atlantic-Published Book of the Year, awarded by the Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association. The award was announced at the Atlantic Book Award festivities in Halifax on Thursday evening 18 May. We are thrilled to share this honour with Roslyn Rosenfeld and our co-publishing partner, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
The Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association’s award for Best Atlantic-Published Book recognizes the hardworking publishing professionals who bring out new books each season. Each year, the Atlantic Canadian publisher of the printed book which best exemplifies publishing activity in Atlantic Canada receives the award. The Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association Best Atlantic-Published Book Awards has been generously sponsored for the tenth year by Friesens Corporation.
Lucy Jarvis: Even Stones Have Life was published in the spring of 2016. Earlier this spring, the book was also nominated as a finalist for the New Brunswick Book Award for Non-Fiction. The NB Book Awards will be celebrated on May 26 in Fredericton.
The Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association has announced that Lucy Jarvis: Even Stones Have Life has been named one of three finalists for the Best Atlantic-Published Book of the Year Award. Written by curator-writer Roslyn Rosenfeld, Lucy Jarvis: Even Stones Have Life was published in the spring of 2016 by Goose Lane Editions and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.Read more →
Excellence in the Canadian museum sector was celebrated in Halifax last night at the 2016 Canadian Museums Association (CMA) Awards. Amongst the work recognized was From the Forest to the Sea: Emily Carr in British Columbia, co-published by the Art Gallery of Ontario, Dulwich Picture Gallery, and Goose Lane Editions, which received the award for Outstanding Achievement in Research – Art. The CMA jury was unanimous in their recognition of the publication’s national significance and achievement.Read more →