The Nova Scotia Nine: Great Women of Nova Scotia (RBC National Art Collection)


Female Chemistry: Great Women of STEM (Series 1)


Portrait Collections

Napier’s collection of Great Women of Nova Scotia: The Nova Scotia Nine – was acquired by RBC for their national art collection. Her June 2016 show, Female Chemistry: Great Women of STEM - was the first in her ongoing series of STEM-related portrait collections, honouring great women of  science, technology, engineering and math.

Her new collection - Great Women of the Ocean, Earth and Sky – honors nine female greats, including Marie Tharp (who mapped the ocean floor), Cecilia Payne (who discovered what stars are made of) and Annie Jump Cannon (who classified the first 400,000 stars).