Picture courtesy of Mary-Beth Laviolette

Annora Brown

In 2017, through a community development process, Joyce Sasse is working to create a growing awareness of Annora Brown’s life and work, and has invited input from others to determine what her legacy can mean for today’s generation.

•Our primary intent is to inform, invite involvement and develop initiatives that will educate persons of all ages in these matters.

•With the Fort Macleod Public Library serving as a hub for the project, in addition to reaching out to persons and groups from the region, on-going plans will be developed, we have a place to deposit our findings and collection of resources, and will start to plan how to move forward in the coming years.

•Together we want to share with the rest of Canada the fact that Annora Brown (her work and her legacy) is a National Treasure.
Our goal is to preserve and record the life and achievements of Ms. Brown. If you have any information, know where we can locate private / public paintings, would like to send us copies of books or you are willing to donate to help with costs for acquiring / re-matting paintings and prints etc., please contact us at
We Need Your Help
Then enter “Annora Brown” into Keywords/Phrase
Or you may order prints at:
Digitized photographs of 260 Annora Brown paintings in the Glenbow Museum (wild flowers, Blackfoot culture & art, landscapes in the Oldman and Waterton River drainage area) can be viewed at:
Mountain Shooting Star 58.45.23 - Collection of Glenbow
Used with permission of Annora Brown Estate