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🧜‍♀️ #Maritime #Artist #Spotlight: Helen Felicity Redgrave - "Grey General Electric Radio" 🧜‍♀️

Duncan Gillis AGNS Art Artist Artist spotlight Artwork Canadian Canadian Painters Discover Nova Scotia Discover Nova Scotia Artists Halifax Halifax Art Maritime Maritime Painters maritime vintage Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Painters Radio Vintage 🧜‍♀️ #Maritime #Artist #Spotlight: Helen Felicity Redgrave - "Grey General Electric Radio" 🧜‍♀️

🧜‍♀️  #Maritime #Artist #Spotlight:  Helen Felicity Redgrave - "Grey General Electric Radio"  🧜‍♀️

🧜‍♀️#Maritime #Artist #Spotlight🧜‍♀️ Helen Felicity Redgrave (1920-2017)   “Grey General Electric Radio"  Helen was born in #Sussex England, but came to Canada during WWII. Helen was a teacher at St. Xavier University in Nova Scotia.  She was a founding member of Visual Arts Nova Scotia and the NS Printmakers Association. She was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of the Arts in 2008. Her work has been shown across Canada and is held in many private and public collections. It may be viewed at: http://www.visualarts.ns.ca/felicity-redgrave/   🧜‍♀️🧜‍♀️🧜‍♀️🧜‍♀️🧜‍♀️🧜‍♀️ #artistspotlight #maritimeart #agns  #stfx #generalelectric #tuberadio #maritimes #maritimephotography #halifax #halifaxns #novascotia #visitnovascotia #novascotialife #discovernovascotia #antigonish...

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#FlashbackFriday | 1933’s 🦍 #KingKong 🦍

Duncan Gillis #FlashbackFriday | #Nipper | "His Masters Voice" | #Brands That Stand the Test of Time #FlashbackFriday | 1933’s 🦍 #KingKong 🦍 1933 Bohemian Duncan Gillis Flashback Flashback Friday FlashbackFriday Friday King Kong Maritime maritime vintage Movies Old School vintage Vintage movies Vintage Toys VintageVibes

#FlashbackFriday | 1933’s 🦍 #KingKong 🦍

#FlashbackFriday | 1933’s 🦍 #KingKong 🦍 Travel to the Mysterious Skull Island  The #JurassicPark of it’s Time. We take you back to a time when the leading man was a giant 50 foot ape on the mysterious Skull Island. Few images are as iconic and well known as ��#KingKong 🦍. The 1933 film was ground breaking in its use of “old school” stop motion animation. The original 1933 #Kong 🦍 had depth of character that did not carry forward into some of the future remakes. Denham comments "No, it wasn't the airplanes, It was beauty killed the beast," #Kong 🦍was intended to be more sympathetic and, yes, human,...

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