A different perspective
Saulteaux First Nations Canadian artist Robert Houle stands next to his oil painting, “O-ween du muh waun”, at the opening of the summer exhibitions at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery. The painting’s name in English is “We Were Told”. It depicts a re-imagined version of Benjamin West’s painting, “The Death of General Wolfe”. Houle’s painting gives a different perspective by removing the British and French forces from West’s original.
is featuring Julia Rita Theriault’s exhibit, “Country P.E.I.”, until July 28. Contact Giselle Déziel at 902-5663347 for information on displaying in the gallery.
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