Collection: Simon Pellerin

Simon Pellerin, a resident of Uxbridge, recently completed his Fine Arts degree at York University. Pellerin grapples with themes of the destruction of nature, the cycle of life and death, and the intrinsic habits that define our human existence within his art work.  Nature, once a thriving force, now bears the scars of our relentless exploitation.Pellerin’s work aims to shed light on the consequences of our actions, emphasising the urgent need for environmental stewardship.

The cycle of life and death is a recurring motif in Simon’s art, reflecting the interconnectedness of all living things. He draws inspiration from the intricate relationship between life and decay, underscoring the fragility and impermanence of existence. This cyclical narrative serves as a reminder of our mortality and the transient nature of the world we inhabit.

Humans, as creatures of habit, play a central role in Simon’s artistic inquiry. Our paths, both constructive and destructive, shape the landscapes we inhabit. Simon challenges viewers to confront their ingrained behaviours, encouraging a re-evaluation of habits that contribute to the destruction of our environment. Simon strives to ignite a collective consciousness that fosters positive change, steering us toward a more harmonious coexistence with nature and with each other.

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