Joel Max Elkin is a Montreal-born artist with more than sixty years of experience in the fine arts. His passion for visual arts began at the age of four after visiting the Musée des beaux arts in Montreal.
His time studying Studio Art at Concordia University led him to an important artistic influencer, Québec artist Luc Bélanger, who inspired him to be more open, dynamic and expressive with his painting. Joel Max’s unique artistic style, notably his use of explosive colour and fluidity, is rooted in curiosity, exploration, spirituality and interpretation.
His Global Expressions collection pays homage to celebrating performing artists and the creative spirit.
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Sarah Decontie is a proud member of the Algonquin First Nation of Kitigan Zibi located in Maniwaki, Quebec. She has been jingle dancing as well as hoop dancing for the past seven years. She has performed at schools (pre-K, elementary, high school, colleges, universities), corporate events, Canada Speaks, Canada Day 2017 & 2019, Bluesfest 2019, along many other gatherings such as Powwows.
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Odyssey Showcase acknowledges that the land on which we gather in Ottawa is the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishinaabe people who have lived on this land since time immemorial.
Odyssey Showcase gratefully acknowledges the support of our funding partners.
All photos by Alan Dean Photography, photolafontaine and Stephen Willcock with permission.