Jeff Molloy: Due North

Adventure Canada Adventurers are invited to the opening of Jeff Molloy: Due North. Jeff’s work has its roots in Canadian lore. Old canoe paddles, hockey sweaters, mixed media cabinets that are portrayals of Canadian legends, maple leaf flags hanging from old farm fragments and his infamous Hudson Bay point blanket paintings…they all tell Canada’s rugged northern story in compelling colour and dimensions.

Jeff Molloy’s work has been capturing the spirit of Canada long before the rest of the world caught on during the Olympics. He is one of this country’s leading editorial artists and one of the most original artists at work in Canada today. The Metis poet Gregory Scofield says “Jeff Molloy’s exquisite work is very powerful medicine…his work captures the spirit.”

Due North is open to the public. Reception hosted by Shelagh Rogers:

Friday – June 1st 7:00 PM – 9:30 PM

at The Artscape Triangle Gallery 38 Abell St, Toronto.

Show runs May 30th – June 3rd, 2012 W

 

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