Forlorn famous Canadian Emily Carr appears dazed,just standing staring into the distance her two animal friends keep careful watch while standing behind her.
This statue by Joe Fafard located in or near the Golden Square Mile district on Sherbrooke Street west seems to capture Emily covered on forehead, hat, and her right hand with a shade of light blue house paint, a medium she would have used because of her limited financial resources during one period of her life.
Emily Carr was a west coast artist, writer, and a contemporary of the famous Group of Seven, who once was forced to become a potter, janitor, landlady, and a subsistence urban farmer to survive.
Joseph Fafard, OC, SOM is a distinguished Canadian sculptor, whose main mediums originally were plaster and ceramics however, bronze is his primary now.
Montreal’s Golden Square Mile was the nostalgic name given to west-central section of downtown Montreal neighborhood developed during 1850 to 1930 at foot of Mount Royal.
Populated by owners of Canadian rail, shipping, timber, mining, fur, and banking industries consisting of group of about fifty men, who had more than twice more loot than their counterparts on the New York Stock Exchange heck, wealthy Montreal then was the “center of the universe”!
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”FORLORN”.