"Outdoor study was as different from studio study as eating is from drinking … Sketching outdoors was a fluid process, half looking, half dreaming, awaiting invitation from the spirit of the subject to 'come meet me half way'. Outdoor sketching was as much longing as labour. "1
1Emily Carr, The Complete Writings of Emily Carr with Introduction by Doris Shadbolt, (Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre, 1997), 315.
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