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Four Seasons of the Canadian Flag
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Maxwell Newhouse
Four Seasons of the Canadian Flag

Maxwell Newhouse applied an artistic twist of the four seasons to the Canadian Flag.

On Feb. 15, 2015 Max Newhouse displayed his work in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the official inauguration of the country's flag in his current hometown of Chilliwack BC. The four individual pieces of "Four Seasons of the Canadian Flag" represent the flag from spring to winter, and were originally created in 1975 for its 10th birthday when Newhouse was 27. "I was quite excited about the Canadian flag being 10 years old, I remember when it was raised I was 17 years old and it had an impact on me."

Local News Stories:    Chilliwack Progress     Chilliwack Times

Newhouse looks forward to working on a project with composer John Burge for the 150! Canada Sesquicentennial celebration in 2017.


 
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