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Gareth Gaudin, Perogy Cat, Squirrel, and the Woolly Mammoth at the Royal BC Museum.

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Art Toronto 2017 SOLO Section: Carollyne Yardley and Rande Cook Collaboration

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Vincent Trasov aka Mr. Peanut meets the Squirrel Lady.

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Carollyne Yardley Omnimedia

Carollyne Yardley coined the term Squirrealism to describe her signature style of fine artwork employing squirrels, hybrid humans, and masks, which have separated themselves into distinct bodies such as “reflection,” “metamorphosis,” “identity,” yet what they hold in common is an ongoing investigation into the animation of the human condition.

Carollyne Yardley has garnered all levels of press in Canada, featured in The Globe and Mail, The National Post, CTV News, CBC Radio, online weblogs, and the covers of several books and magazines.

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