Mary E. Rawlyk
Rawlyk, Mary E.. Mary E. Rawlyk. Oshawa, Ont.: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, 1985.
Defining her work as feminist in its concern with the political implications of women's private unpaid domestic labour, Rawlyk describes her use of the apron and the housewife's image in the development of her prints. Biographical notes.
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