Well, I ain’t no real artist,” Maud Lewis famously said in 1961, “I just like to paint.”1 Not true. Maud Lewis was very much a real artist. I recently visited an exhibition of Lewis’s work at the Western Branch of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia in Yarmouth. In addition, on my way I stopped in to see the permanent installation of her work at the gallery’s main venue in Halifax. Both were eye-opening experiences.

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