YUKON ARTIST LIBBY DULAC
Libby's work is well known to private and corporate collectors, she had 5 solo exhibitions and numerous joint ones. Her last show in 2007 was held in the Community Gallery of the Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse, with 35 originals on display and the launching of 9 new limited edition prints. In 2010 she completed a l4’ x 5’ triptych of Kluane’s National Park’s Lowell Glacier commissioned by the Village of Haines Junction for the Convention Centre, and in 2012 a local winter view of the Alaska Highway on a 5’ x 8’ canvas commissioned by the Yukon Government for the new Visitor’s Centre in Haines Junction. The majesty of Yukon's Kluane region continues to be the inspiration for most of her work.
Born in England, Libby and French Husband Claude immigrated to Canada in 1973, and made their home in Haines Junction in 1975, they have 2 children and 7 grand children.
There will be a live auction following her final exhibition titled: "Kluane, Through the Eyes of an Artist, Final Show".
Her originals, pieces never seen by the public before, sketches and incomplete work will be on display and for sale through auction. The auction will be well advertised and held in Whitehorse at a future date. Thank you for your support of our mom's work.
World famous Mount Logan (Canada's Highest Mountain) in Kluane National Park