Fonds PR2481 - Doug Haynes fonds

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Doug Haynes fonds

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    PR2481

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    • [between ca. 1960 - 1969] (Creation)

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    17 drawings. -- 11 photographs.

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    (1936-2016)

    Biographical history

    Doug Haynes was born in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1936. He studied at the Provincial Institute of Technology and Art from 1954 to 1958. From 1970 to 1995, he taught at the University of Alberta's Department of Art and Design.

    He participated in numerous group exhibitions since 1963 including: The Fifth and Sixth Biennial of Canadian Painting: National Gallery of Canada 1963, 1965; The Canadian Canvas: Time Life Touring Exhibition, 1975; Certain Traditions: Painting and Sculpture of Canada and Great Britain, 1978; Abstraction x 4: Canada House, London England; Bonn, West Germany; Paris, France,1985; and The Development of Abstract Painting in Canada: Calgary, Alberta, 1993.

    His own exhibits include the following: Atlantic Provinces Art Circuit, 1967; Glenbow Alberta Institute Calgary, 1974; Cubism Revisited: A Five Year Survey, Edmonton Art Gallery, 1985; The Toledo Series, Edmonton, Calgary, Banff, Hamilton, 1992; and Douglas Haynes: 25 years, Edmonton Art Gallery, 2000.

    He married Patricia Kenworthy in 1958, and together they had two children: Gretta and Geoffrey. He died in Edmonton in 2016.

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    The fonds consists of 17 drawings of the University of Calgary and the University of Alberta dating from the 1960's created by Doug Haynes. The fonds also includes 11 photographs of the Deputy Ministers of the Government of Alberta Department of Public Works dating from the 1960's taken by Doug Haynes.

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    In 1996, Doug Haynes donated material twice to the Provincial Archives of Alberta.

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        The material is in English.

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        Access Conditions: None

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        Use Conditions: Permission for use required. Subject to the Copyright Act.

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        Associated materials

        For more material on Doug Haynes, please see the Alberta Artists Oral History Project at the Glenbow Archives.

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        Information for the administrative history/biographical sketch sourced from: Doug Haynes, http://www.dhaynes.com/about\_the\_artist.htm (Accessed Oct. 18, 2007)

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        Includes accessions PR1996.0430 and PR1996.0649.

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