This work demonstrates how, by the early Munn had refined her experimentations with colour to achieve a rhythm and composition akin to musicality, an attribute much sought after by artists engaged with abstraction. “The Dance,” c.
Munn’s “Mother and Child,” (c. Art Gallery of Hamilton) reimagines the Virgin and Child composition with the mother as a monumental figure, heroic in her nudity, fully cradling the small child within her shape.
Toronto, Ontario gallery of limited or open edition prints and originals. Landscape, abstract, contemporary, figurative or floral. One of the largest collections of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven prints in Canada.
Patriotic Storm by Fortunato Depero - Italian Futurism - Viewed as part of the exhibition "Italian Futurism, Reconstructing the Universe at the Guggenheim Museum, NYC, NY - the colors were slightly brighter in person
In Munn’s “Untitled (Four Figures in the Woods),” (c. private collection) the four bathers are views of one self-replicating figure seen through a prism and rotated vertically and horizontally, from the front and back.