David Askevold  

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David Askevold (30 March 1940 - 23 January 2008) was an experimental Canadian artist who lived in Nova Scotia.

Askevold studied art and anthropology at the University of Montana. In 1963 he won a Max Beckmann Scholarship to study painting for a year at the Brooklyn Museum School of Art in New York. In 1966 he enrolled at the Kansas City Art Institute to complete a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, in Sculpture. Askevold went to Halifax and joined the faculty of the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1968.




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