Candace Fertile

Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Van Dyck: The Treasures of Kenwood House, London Seattle Art Museum until May 19, 2013 $20 adult, $17 senior, $12 student and teen; free for 12 and under Reviewed by Candace Fertile Fabulously rich people can afford fabulous art collections, and the First Earl of Iveagh, Edward Cecil Guinness (1847-1927) (yes, that Guinness) […]

Two Local West Coast Cookbooks

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December 17, 2012

Flavours of the West Coast: A Cookbook from the Celebrated TV Series By Cedarwood Productions with Steve Walker-Duncan and guests Touchwood Editions, 168 pages, $29.95 Seasonings: Flavours of the Gulf Islands By Andrea and David Spalding Harbour Publishing, 240 pages, $29.95 Reviewed by Candace Fertile Being able to taste all the food in these two […]

George Littlechild: The Spirit Giggles Within By George Littlechild Heritage House, 176 pages, $59.95 Review by Candace Fertile Just in time for Christmas giving (or maybe even for keeping and sharing), George Littlechild: The Spirit Giggles Within is a stunning art book with commentary by the artist on each of the more than 150 pieces […]

Exploring Vancouver: The Architectural Guide By Harold Kalman and Robin Ward Photographs by John Roaf Douglas & McIntyre, 336 pages, $24.95 Reviewed by Candace Fertile Exploring Vancouver: The Architectural Guide is a highly readable and informative guide to Vancouver’s buildings, both old and new. And while the city has not been known for its architecture, […]

Indian Horse by Richard Wagamese Douglas & McIntyre 221 pages, $21.95 Reviewed by Candace Fertile Richard Wagamese’s fifth novel, Indian Horse, is a must-read for Canadians as it marries two aspects of the country, one full of glory and one full of shame: hockey and the residential school system. Saul Indian Horse is a young […]