Maroosis Art Centre sponsors Group of Seven Symposium in Killarney

  North Bay Ontario on shores of lake Nippissing holds a gem   The Maroosis Art Centre one of Canada’s oldest Aboriginal Art Galleries.  Historically situated in the fur trading capital of Canada and gateway to the north. Many of the Group of Seven members and followers of the Canadian School of painting exhibited here early in Maroosis Art Center and K Brothers North Bay history.

The Maroosis Art Center has sponsored The Group of Seven Symposium of the Arts, 50th Anniversary Celebration of the founding of Killarney Provincial Park by AY Jackson and the  Group of Seven 

 Gallery curator and owner George Maroosis is a leading supporter of northern Ontario artists and responsible for providing the Norval Morrisseau to represent the Woodland School of Painting in The Canadian Woodstock exhibition. that kicks off Labor day weekend in Killarney

The Exhibition will feature 60 distinguished  Canadian and Aboriginal Artists in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the founding of Killarney Provincial Park. We could not be more pleased in Killarney with the support from George Maroosis and the Maroosis Art Centre of North Bay said Executive Producer Pierre AJ Sabourin. 

George Maroosis and family Fathers day Sunset Rock Killarney

George Maroosis and family Fathers day Sunset Rock Killarney

About Pierre AJ Sabourin

*studied fine art at the University of Ottawa and the University of Calgary Following the Footsteps of The Group of Seven in Killarney, Provincial Park
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