Without Reservations: Contemplations of a First Nation Canadian

Gerald Wayne McLeod
Without Reservations: Contemplations of a First Nation Canadian
Opening reception: Saturday, June 2 at 1PM

Artist, educator and docent Gerald Wayne McLeod originates from the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation located on the picturesque shores of Georgian Bay. The artist writes: “The relationship between artist and viewer is in itself an impersonal one. But it is the artwork and its impact on the spectator that creates an intimate, shared experience.” McLeod’s varied material approach elicits a resonance with views. He shares a glimpse into inner visions, articulating a silent speech from the heart.

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