Marcel Gosselin:Transience

January 2 - 19, 1984

"Marcel's oeucre reflects the sensitive, observant intellectual being he is. The diversity of intent represented by his works become his blessing, in that this diversity sets him free to soar as an eagle on high. Even though works like Venerated Ground and Witness differ in intent, the most important unifying quality is always evident. That quality is love; for Creation, for mankind, a love to communicate his personal perceptions, a love to aptly express through the manipulation of materials, a love to create, to culminate the knowledge, love and zest for life of its creator." Essay by Arthur Adamson.

Curated by Zared T. Mann

Marcel Gosselin:Transience Catalogue [PDF]