Carole Freeman and Her Artwork in TDS’ New Office

published 08/14/2018

Manitoba Art is one of the essential elements in TDS’ new office space in True North Square. At the main reception area and our biggest boardroom, we feature two large paintings – 40 Below and Something About Winnipeg, by Canadian Artist Carole Freeman.

40 Below portraits a child skating on a frozen lake. Watch this interview with Carole Freeman on the story behind this painting.

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Something About Winnipeg is an oil painting depicting narratives of the city’s history at the forks of the Red and Assiniboine rivers. Watch this interview to know some hidden gems in this painting.

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About Carole Freeman

Born and grew up in Winnipeg, Freeman is an artist known for her narrative pictures and portraits. She is represented in galleries in Canada, the US, the UK, Italy and Australia.

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