Today Rental & Sales Gallery artist Leah Dorion shares a link to her exhibit ‘Thirteen Moons‘ at the Dunlop Art Gallery.
Leah Marie Dorion is an interdisciplinary Métis artist raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. A teacher, painter, filmmaker and published writer, Leah has received numerous awards and grants and her work is featured in private and public collections. Dorion is a storyteller who uses art as a spiritual expression. Her paintings are influenced by traditional cultural teachings and often incorporate elements of Indigenous beadwork to honour her First Nations and Métis ancestors.
You can find some of Dorion’s work available in the Art Rental and Sales Gallery http://artgalleryofstalbert.ca/shop/rentalsales/ .
The Dunlop Art Gallery in Regina is currently featuring her exhibition ‘Thirteen Moons‘ which explores Indigenous women’s moon teachings through her paintings and poetry. Visit https://dunloplearning.ca/exhibitions/leah-dorion for a beautiful virtual tour of this exhibit and to learn more about Dorion and her artwork.
Pictured here are:
Acrylic on canvas with mica flakes and beads (24×36″)
Acrylic on canvas with mica flakes (36″x24″)
Both are available in our Rental & Sales Gallery. Visit our website to view more!
This artist update has been brought to you by Leah Louden, Rental & Sales Gallery Associate at AGSA.