In an undated handout image, “Above the Gravel Pit” one of several Emily Carr paintings that focus on the effects of human intervention on Vancouver Island. Revered in British Columbia, little known in the U.S., Carr, born in Victoria in 1871, may be from another era, but amid environmental concerns, her words and images resonate.
In an undated handout image, “Above the Gravel Pit” one of several Emily Carr paintings that focus on the effects of human intervention on Vancouver Island. Revered in British Columbia, little known in the U.S., Carr, born in Victoria in 1871, may be from another era, but amid environmental concerns, her words and images resonate. Art Gallery of Greater Victoria Courtesy
In an undated handout image, “Above the Gravel Pit” one of several Emily Carr paintings that focus on the effects of human intervention on Vancouver Island. Revered in British Columbia, little known in the U.S., Carr, born in Victoria in 1871, may be from another era, but amid environmental concerns, her words and images resonate. Art Gallery of Greater Victoria Courtesy

Vancouver Island, through an artist’s eyes

October 07, 2017 3:58 PM

More Videos

  • What you need to know about August's solar eclipse

    The U.S. is in for a rare astronomical treat on August 21, 2017 — that's the day of the "Great American Eclipse." It's the first total solar eclipse to cross the entire U.S. in 99 years, and more than 12 million Americans live in its path.