Bernard Leroux: Reclaiming the Bois-Brûlés

September 9 to October 8, 2017
in the Jill Dyall Community Gallery

Opening Reception: Thursday, September 14 at 7PM

SG artist-in-residence, Bernard Leroux continues to reconnect to his Algonquin/Métis identity. Through his practice-led, print-based works created onsite in the Nick Novak Boxcar Print Studio, Leroux is “concerned with Indigenous ontology and epistemology with a particular focus on ways we come to know.” The artist depicts imagery of astonishing grace and delicacy that extends back into time immemorial—to the moments of Creation.

Station Gallery gratefully acknowledges the financial support of Dyall Hutton Family Fund at Durham Community Foundation.

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