STO Union

Visual Arts

RIVIÈRE PRINTEMPS

RIVIÈRE PRINTEMPS

Une expérience collective de coloriage et d’écriture sur un an. Un hommage à la rivière Gatineau au fil des saisons…

RIVER SPRING

RIVER SPRING

A year-long, community-wide colouring and writing experiment
In honour of the Gatineau River throughout the seasons

RIVER / WINTER

RIVER / WINTER

A year-long, community-wide colouring and writing experiment
In honour of the Gatineau River throughout the seasons

RIVIÈRE / HIVER

RIVIÈRE / HIVER

Une expérience collective de coloriage et d’écriture sur un an. Un hommage à la rivière Gatineau au fil des saisons…

STAR

STAR

Grand Finale Video, live art and installation from the Fall 2021 season. A community art project and fundraiser for the Wakefield Community Emergency Fund
at Kaffé 1870
715 Riverside Drive,Wakefield Quebec
December 2021

RIVER FALL 2021

RIVER FALL 2021

A year-long, community-wide colouring and writing experiment
In honour of the Gatineau River throughout the seasons

Wall Affirmations

Wall Affirmations

Wall Affirmations
(2006)
Installation
Hand drawn cards on concrete
Text and artwork by:
Nadia Ross and George Acheson

People Watching Station

People Watching Station

People Watching Station • 2015 • Installation • Detail from “What Happened to the Seeker” • Table, two chairs, pens, sheet with directions and questions to answer, binoculars tied to the table
Two garbage cans with labels: 1) I’m sorry for judging you 2) I’m not sorry for judging you

Seeker Tee-shirts

Seeker Tee-shirts

Detail from Production: What Happened to the Seeker • 2015 • Black t-shirts with white lettering and design • Designs by George Acheson

Dancing Girl

Dancing Girl

Born in the springtime, 1965. This is Paradise. • 2015 • Installation • Rotating cut-out girl in a jar of water to music. • Detail from “What Happened to the Seeker” • Installation: Rob Scott • Art work: George Acheson • Video artwork: Michelle April, Claude Hudon and George Acheson. more …

STO Union acknowledges that our headquarters, located in Farrellton, QC, are on the unceded, unsurrendered Territory of the Anishinaabe Algonquin Nation whose presence here reaches back to time immemorial.