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CRYDERMAN, Mackie (Vera MacIntyre)

Dutton, Ontario, 1896?
London, Ontario, 1969
Notice biographique
Mackie Cryderman (née Vera McIntyre) was born in Dutton, Ontario, in 1896. Before settling in London, Ontario, in 1927 Cryderman studied at the Winnipeg School of Art under Franz Johnston and at the Ontario College of Art, with a number of members from the Group of Seven. She also received training in Detroit at the Artisans’ Guild, under Arthur Neville Kiple, and at the Guild of All Art and Crafts and Society of Arts and Crafts under Sarkis Sarkisian. In 1927 Cryderman began teaching art classes at the London Normal School. Shortly following, Cryderman was asked to create a vocational art department at the H.B. Beal Technical School, which was considered comparable to the first year of the college curriculum for the Ontario College of Art. She also taught for the University of Western Ontario and at Fanshawe College until her death in 1969. Mackie Cryderman was an accomplished artist in a variety of media, working in watercolour, oil, metal, leather, jewellery making, graphic design and carving. During her life she exhibited with the Royal Canadian Academy, the Ontario Society of Artists, the Western Art League and the Society of Canadian Painter-Etchers and Engravers. Cryderman was also appointed as a delegate to the Canadian Society of Education through Art and was a Fellow of the International Institute of Arts and Letters.
Jewellery making
Wood carving
Winnipeg School of Art (Sous la direction de Franz Johns)
Ontario College of Art & Design (formerly Ontario School of Art) (Sous la direction de Arthur Lismer, Robert Holmes, Fred S.H. Haines, J.E.H. McDonald, F.H. Varley, A.Y. Jackson)
Artisans Guild, Detroit (Sous la direction de Arthur Neville Kiple)
Private study (Sous la direction de Francis de Erdely)
Guild of All Arts and Crafts, Detroit (Sous la direction de Aileen Lowery)
Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (Sous la direction de Sarkis Sarkisian)
Western Ontario Art League, President ca. 1939-1942
Canadian Society of Painters, Etchers and Engravers, 1960
International Institute of Arts and Letters, 1960; Fellow
Lieux de conservation des dossiers et archives
University of British Columbia - Fine Arts Library
London Public Library, ON
National Gallery of Canada, ON - Library and Archives
Art Gallery of Ontario - Edward P. Taylor Research Library and Archives
Canadian Women Artists History Initiative Documentation Centre, QC
Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, ON

Documents sur l'artiste
"3-Way Trust Fund to Honor Artist Mackie Cryderman." London Evening Free Press 21 Apr. 1971.
"Cryderman Exhibit to Honor Notes Painter, Educator." London Evening Free Press 17 Jun. 1971.
"Exhibit of 34 Paintings to Honor Noted Figure on London's Art Scene." London Free Press 17 Jun. 1971.
"London Artist, Teacher Mackie Cryderman Dies." London Evening Free Press 19 Nov. 1969.
American Federation of Arts. Who's Who in American Art, 1970. Michigan, Detroit: R. R. Bowker, 1970.
Anstead, Christopher J. and Ivor F. Goodson. "Structure and Mediation: Glimpses of Everyday Life at the London Technical and Commercial High School, 1920-1940" American Journal of Education 102.1 (Nov. 1993): 55-79.
Atkinson, Eric. The Incomplete circle: Eric Atkinson, Art and Education: An Exchange of Letters. Aldershot, Hampshire; Burlington, Vermon: Scolar Press; Ashgate Publishing, 2000.
Bannerman, Jean MacKay. Leading Ladies, Canada. Belleville, Ontario: Mika Publishing Company, 1977.
Collins, Kit. "Cryderman Honored in Memorial Exhibition." London Evening Free Press 19 Jun. 1971.
Crawford, Gail. A Fine Line: Studio Crafts in Ontario from 1930 to the Present. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1998.
Crawford, Lenore. "Cryderman Art Brings Top Bids." London Evening Free Press 13 Jun. 1972.
Crawford, Lenore. "Tell of Mackie Cryderman's Artistry." London Evening Free Press 19 Jun. 1971.
Fitzgerald, Judith. "Curnoe Memory Paintings: Hospitals, Bicycles, Politics." Globe and Mail (Toronto) 30 Jul. 1983: E13.
MacDonald, Colin S. The Dictionary of Canadian Artists. (Volumes 1-8 by Colin S. MacDonald, and volume 9 by Anne Newlands and Judith Parker) Ottawa: National Gallery of Canada, 2009.
McWilliams, W.A. Mackie Cryderman Memorial Exhibition. London, Ontario: London Public Library and Art Gallery, 1971.
Mills, Dorian. Intimate Isolation: A Permanent Collection Exhibition. St. Thomas, Ontario: Elgin Public Art Centre, 2006.
Ontario Library Review. Who's Who in Canadian Art: From Ontario Library Review, November 1947-August 1962. Toronto: Government Printer, 1948.
Pearse, Harold, ed. From Drawing to Visual Culture: A History of Art Education in Canada. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2007.
Poole, Nancy Geddes. "London Women and Art." The Art of London: 1830-1980. London: Blackpool Press, 1984.
Prakash, A. K. Independent Spirit: Early Canadian Women's Art. Buffalo, New York: Firefly Books, 2008.
Stewart, Beth. "Mackie Cryderman: Chisel and Gouge" The Beat: Arts in London 13 (Oct. 2010): 5-6.
Tunnell, Arthur L. and Charles G.D. Roberts, eds. Canadian Who Was Who, 1875-1933. Toronto: Trans Canada Press, 1938.

Documents rédigés par l'artiste
MacIntyre, John Horton; Illustrated by Mackie Cryderman. Foregleams of the Dawning. London, Ontario: Mack, 1940.

Texte intégral de compte rendu (pdf).
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, novembre 16, 1939) "R.C.A. Exhibition Has Private View. Over 300 Works in Galleries of Art Association of Montreal. Standard Maintained."  Gazette (Montreal)  novembre 17, 1939.  p.5.   Comptes rendus intégraux
Royal Canadian Academy Annual Exhibition: (, novembre 16, 1939) "Canadian Academy Opens Sixtieth Exhibition."  Montreal Star  novembre 17, 1939.  p.11.   Comptes rendus intégraux

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