Warrior on the Hill

Curriculum Vitae


May 2011: Emerging Artist Program by Joseph Landry and Brian Gazeley. Halifax, Nova Scotia

Solo Exhibitions

May, 2015 - Present: Winding River Art Gallery. Stewiacke, Nova Scotia
March - July 2016: Art Show and Sale. Fort Calgary, Calgary
May 27- July 29, 2016: First Nations Art, Woodland Cultural Centre, Branford, Ontario.
March, 2015- Present: Sipuke’l Gallery, Liverpool, Nova Scotia.
July 16- 26, 2015: Aboriginal Pavilion, Pan American Games, Toronto, Ontario.
July 3-5, 2015: Eskasoni 21st Annual Pow Wow, Eskasoni, Nova Scotia.
March 5-26, 2015: Water is Key Exhibition, McCarthy Hall Art Gallery, NSCC, Truro, Nova Scotia.
March 2015: Atlantic Aboriginal Post Secondary Education Conference, Mount St. Vincent University, Bedford, Nova Scotia.
April 2014: Lunenburg Art Gallery. Lunenberg, Nova Scotia.
November 2014- 2nd : Annual Aboriginal Arts & Literature Mawiomi, Acadia University, Nova Scotia
May 24, 2014: Art for Africa Fundraiser, Halifax, Nova Scotia
October 2014: Environmental Racism Art Show, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
2013: Casino Halifax Exhibit, Halifax Nova Scotia
October 2013- 1st : Annual Aboriginal Arts & Literature
October 2013: Aboriginal Art Festival. Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre, Wagmatcook, Nova Scotia.
September 2013: ALS Society of Nova Scotia Art show. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
September 2013: Art Battle 67, The Loft. Truro, Nova Scotia.
July 2012: First Nations Art, Woodland Cultural Centre, Branford, Ontario.
May 2011: First Nations Art, Woodland Cultural Centre, Branford, Ontario.
June 2011: Marigold Cultural Centre Solo Show. Truro, Nova Scotia.
July 2011: Halifax International Pow Wow Exhibit, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
August 2011: Glooscap Heritage Centre Exhibition. Millbrook, Nova Scotia.
July 2010: Membertou 400, Mawiomi Halifax International Pow Wow, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
October 2010: Art show and sale. All Saints Anglican Church, Bedford, Nova Scotia.

Group Exhibitions

January 2014: Friends United Artists. Considering Aboriginal Rights Exhibition, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia
June 2014: Friends United. Aboriginal Day Waterfront Exhibition, Halifax, Nova Scotia
October 2012: Friends United Artists. Peoples Place Library Exhibit. St. FX University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
January- April 2012: Friends United Art Exhibit. Halifax City Hall, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
August  2010: Brian Gazeley and Joseph Landry Art Show. Alderney Landing Cultural Centre, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.


Public Collections

Super 8 Motel, art display. Millbrook, Nova Scotia. Present.
Adsum for Women & Children Shelter. Halifax, Nova Scotia. Donated 2015.
Nova Scotia Native Women’s Association. Millbrook, Nova Scotia. Donated 2014.
Saint Patrick Church Restoration. Donated 2010.


Public Speaking

October 14- October 23, 2014- Aboriginal Art Festival. Wagmatcook & Heritage Centre, Wagmatcook, Nova Scotia.



Personal Bio included  in The wonder Walls- from the streets of Toronto. Author: Jason Parete.  Publisher: Createspace; 2015.
Cover art work in Mi’kmaq Anthology Volume 2: In Celebration of the Life of Rita Joe. Edited by Leslie Choyce and Theresa Meuse, 2011.
“A book featuring native art. Friends United Volume 1.” Edited by Rolf Bouman. (Ad) Venture Canada Publishing; 2011.
Cover art work in Mi’kmaq Anothology: Edited by Leslie Choyce and Rita Joe, 1997.

Publications & Media

“Alumna's father donates art to midwifery program.” McMaster Faculty of Health Sciences Newsmagazine. Volume 9, Issue 1, Spring 2015.  
“Exposing and challenging environmental racism.” Talking Radical Radio Show interview. October 15, 2014.
Environmental racism. Outreach video for ‘Time to clear the air.’
Glooscap Heritage Centre Art Show. APTN. Short Interview in Millbrook, Nova Scotia. August 2011.


Grants & Awards

2014: Art in Bloom. McCarthy Hall Art Gallery, NSCC, Truro, Nova Scotia. 3rd place prize.
2014: Truro Art Acquisition Show, Truro, Nova Scotia. Honourable mention for painted hand drum.



2014 - 2016: Truro Arts Society of Nova Scotia