Great Women of STEM (Series 1)


Great Women of Nova Scotia (RBC National Art Collection)


Gallery of Great Women

Jo Napier's portrait collections reflect in-depth research of female "greats"- pioneers, innovators, amazing women of accomplishment - and integrates their stories and faces into professional spaces.

Her new collection, to be displayed June 2017 - entitled: "Great Women of STEM: Women of the Ocean, Earth and Sky" honours such female greats as Marie Tharp (who mapped the ocean floor), Cecilia Payne (who discovered what stars are made of), Annie Jump Cannon (who classified the first 400,000 stars) and marine law expert/ocean defender Elisabeth Mann Borgese.