Molly Lamb Bobak

1922- Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman, printmaker. Molly (Lamb) Bobak, born in Vancouver. Daughter of H. Mortimer Lamb; married Bruno Bobak, 1945. Studied at the Vancouver School of Art under J. L. Shadbolt and others, 1938-1941. As an official war artist with the army, 1945-1946, she painted in England, France, Germany, Belgium, and Netharlands. Painted in France on a French government scholarship, 1950-1951. Taught at the Vancouver School of Art 1947-1950, intermittently 1952-1960; Vancouver Art Gallery 1954-1958; University of British Columbia 1958-1960; University of New Brunswick Art Centre, Fredericton, 1960-1977; Banff School of Fine Arts, Alberta, 1971, 1972; Alberta College of Art, Calgary; Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre, St Andrews, N.B. Travelled estensively in Europe; Israel 1984. Honorary D. LITT., University of New Brunswick, 1983; D.F.A., Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B., 1983. Resides in Fredericton.