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Woman Waiting by the Sea–Iceland Settlement Series IV By G. Scott MacLeod
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The inspiration for this exhibition, Women Waiting by the Sea & The Settlement Series Iceland IV, came when artist and filmmaker G. Scott MacLeod discovered that his Hebridean Scottish ancestors... More > have a connection through the genetic disposition of Icelander women. At the National Museum of Iceland their research states that 62% of Icelandic women have Scottish and Irish DNA, where as Icelandic men have 80% Scandinavian DNA. During his June 2017 & July 2018 SIM artist residency in Reykjavik, Iceland, he created this series of conté and charcoal drawings. This exhibition is intended to illustrate the the cross-cultural links between his various heritages from Norway and Scotland and how they are connected to the settlement period of Iceland.< Less
29 Days on the Reykjanes Peninsula By G. Scott MacLeod
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Award winning Canadian artist and filmmaker G. Scott MacLeod’s chronicles his day-to-day sagas on the Reykjanes Peninsula in drawings and photos during his 2017 art residency in Reykjavik. His... More > friend and driver Einar Hedinsson showed him sites with his in-depth commentary on geothermal Iceland, cultural curiosities and traditions from the old and new Iceland, boiling geothermal steam and power plants, rows of buses and tourists with selfie sticks waiting for their geyser and waterfall moments, black beaches, remote costal cliffs with many varieties of birds. MacLeod’s experienced the Reykjavik nightlife, music, post modern art openings, numerous museums, the best arctic char and salmon imaginable and so much more that he recounts in this personal artist travel journal. Here is his saga in storybook form, delivered in words and pictures by the hand of an artist.< Less
The Saga of Murdo MacLeod By G. Scott MacLeod
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In The Saga of Murdo MacLeod, the first graphic novel in his series on Canadian history from Mike Burns’ six published stories, L’Eau de La Vie /The Water of Life (Chemin des Cantons,... More > 2009), Montreal filmmaker G. Scott MacLeod fuses rich pencil drawings with Mike Burns’ story to provide a deeply moving depiction of an iconic early Canadian immigrant experience. Expelled from their land on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland, Murdo MacLeod and his clan are given passage as ballast on a timber ship bound for Lower Canada. It is the late 1830s. Those who survive the voyage arrive in Quebec City with nothing more than axes in hand and speaking only Gaelic amongst the French and English population. With winter fast approaching, they find their only hope for survival in the hands of Canada’s first people.< Less
The Lachine Canal: Past and Present By G. Scott MacLeod
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Artists have often captured the beautiful and sublime, nature or a park, but how often do artists draw on Montreal’s early industrial history for their inspiration? G. Scott MacLeod has seized... More > upon a vanishing history, of the Lachine Canal, a historic artery of Canada’s industrial history rapidly changing into a residential and recreational place.< Less

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