A Pilgrim’s Progress: The Life and Art of Gerald Trottier (2008)
Essay by Sandra Dyck
114 pages, illustrated, soft cover
Winner of 2009 Ontario Association of Art Galleries curatorial writing award in the “major essay” (over 5000 words) category
This is the first comprehensive study of the nationally recognized artist who represented Canada at the 1965 São Paulo Biennal. Extensively researched, the catalogue chronicles the development and multifaceted contributions of the artist, who drew as much inspiration from artisans of the Middle Ages as he did from the modern movement in art.