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Colouring the Collection

What better way to learn about the WAG collection and express your creativity than by colouring some of our favourite pieces!

Lisa Mendis, WAG Studio Technician and artist, has created a series of line drawings from works in the WAG collection for you and your family to colour! We’ll roll-out these printable PDF’s weekly. Take a picture of your artwork and send it to us at for a chance to be featured on our social media!

Print and colour Farmer’s Daughter by E. Prudence Heward – see this piece in our collection here
Farmer’s Daughter

Print and colour the WAG building, designed by Gustav da Rosa – learn more about the WAG’s history here
WAG Building


2 thoughts on "Colouring the Collection"

Aynsley Cockshott says:

Thanks for providing this wonderful way to connect with the collection! I hope to colour all drawings in the coming weeks, and then create my own gallery.

Your creativity and outreach is so important right now!

Winnipeg Art Gallery says:

Thank you Aynsley! We’re so glad you’re enjoying the content, we’d love to see your creations and mini-gallery!!

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