|Artist||Selznick Drutz, June|
|Title||Four Maidens Watching|
|Dimensions||H-81.3 W-121.9 cm|
June Selznick Drutz was a Canadian painter and printmaker. She was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy, the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, and the Ontario Society of Artists. Drutz is interested in the paradoxes of the home. When she started to paint interiors, she wanted to depict the conflicting feelings of being drawn to comfort, while being confined to a space. Using the elements of an architectural space, Drutz blurred the boundaries between the outside and the inside.
Her most recent solo exhibitions were in 2005 at the Art Gallery of Mississauga and the Bainton Gallery in Blyth, Ontario. In addition to many solo exhibitions, her work has been exhibited extensively in group show contexts including the joint exhibitions of the Canadian Society of Painters in Water Colour, the American Watercolor Society, and the Royal Watercolour Society of Britain. Her work is represented in numerous private and corporate collections in Canada, the U.S. and Britain, including: Bell Canada, CitiBank, Deloitte Touche, First National Bank, Hudson's Bay Company, Seagram and Sons, McMaster University, University of Guelph, Midwest Museum of America, and the Royal Canadian Academy Archives at the National Gallery in Ottawa.