Judge of Play: Toronto-born artist Jeff Molloy lives and works on Gabriola Island, B.C. To see more of his brilliant work, visit http://molloy.ca/jeff/. "I create multi-dimensional, multi-sensory works," he says there, "that explore historical and contemporary culture through the use of humour, stereotypes, traits and artifacts." This portrait of Sir John A. is one Molloy painted in tandem with several works depicting Louis Riel. "As an artist I use hockey as a metaphor," Molloy say. "Macdonald was the ref and Louis was the player sent to the penalty box."

Judge of Play: Toronto-born artist Jeff Molloy lives and works on Gabriola Island, B.C. To see more of his brilliant work, visit http://molloy.ca/jeff/. “I create multi-dimensional, multi-sensory works,” he says there, “that explore historical and contemporary culture through the use of humour, stereotypes, traits and artifacts.” This portrait of Sir John A. is one Molloy painted in tandem with several works depicting Louis Riel. “As an artist I use hockey as a metaphor,” Molloy say. “Macdonald was the ref and Louis was the player sent to the penalty box.”

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