"Whispers on the Path" Exhibition


  • Music & Arts   Wednesday, June 29, 2022   Contributed



St. Marys Station Gallery opens an Indigenous exhibition by two First Nations Artists.
The Town of St. Marys is situated on ancestral land and is called “Dish with One Spoon”.
Whispers on the Path is currently a duo of painters: indigenous artist Annette Sullivan and allied supporter Angela Found, both of London, Ontario. The pair focuses on the intersection of reconciliation, equality and identity exploration. Their approach is transformational through mutual relationship with growth and expansion of heart and mind being driving factors. In the initial meeting the topic of reconciliation was foremost of importance and declared paramount in this artistic process.
The group’s mandate centres around social and personal transformation while giving voice to untold stories. While making this art, the pair’s intrinsic bonds between Native and non-native (settlers) communities grow strong. The spark of this union started a flame that has grown into a fire. Visions from the medicine walk are presented for viewing in this collection.
“Whispers on the Path” opens at the St. Marys Station Gallery on Friday, July 1st and runs to August 13th, 2022. Join a Meet and Greet with the artists on Saturday July 2nd from 1pm to 4pm. St Marys Station Gallery summer hours are Tuesday to Sunday 11am to 4:30pm.
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