Pierre AJ Sabourin to speak to the OSA in Killarney

Noted Canadian Landscape Artist Pierre AJ Sabourin announced Confirmation of a September 25th speaking engagement with the Ontario Society of Artists (OSA )  in Killarney Provincial Park.

This is the greatest honor I could receive as an artist to be acknowledged by the OSA. I was mentored as a child by Arthur Lismer of the Group of Seven one of the founders of the OSA. To receive this opportunity to speak to the OSA membership is a dream come true said the 61 year old  en plein air landscape Artist.

The Ontario Society of Artists annual  field trip to Killarney Provincial Park has a 51 year tradition. Killarney Provincial Park was founded by the Group of Seven and entrusted the OSA to maintain the painting philosophies of the Group of Seven and the Canadian School of Painting. OSA Lake in Killarney Provincial Park is named to commemorate this honor.

OSA Lake

OSA Lake

I am thankful of the Incredible support I have received from Canada’s creative Culture and encourage all artists to continue to explore opportunities for personal  growth in the arts and nature said Sabourin

Land of the Voyageur The Cross French River Delta

Pierre AJ Sabourin with Joseph Rosendo and Travel Scope of PBS in the French River Delta  scheduled for September National Release in the United States

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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