George McLean has painted the landscape and animals around his home in Grey County, Ontario for over thirty years. This exhibition presented major works from private and public collections across North America, displaying McLean’s prowess to capture the atmospheric beauty of all the seasons in Grey County, from the misty early spring snows to the clarity of the dense early spring woods to the golden heat of high summer meadows.
The Living Landscape was curated by Virginia Eichhorn, Tom Thomson Art Gallery & Dr. Adam Harris, National Wildlife Museum of Art. Educational guide created by the Art Gallery of Sudbury. This exhibition is a collaboration between the Tom Thomson Art Gallery, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Art Gallery of Sudbury, Thunder Bay Art Gallery and the National Wildlife Museum of Art.