David F. Pelly   
Writer, Researcher, Historian, Photographer      www.davidpelly.com

On two occasions, David has been asked to mount an exhibition of his photographs.

In 1996, at the time of publication of Thelon: A River Sanctuary, a private gallery in Ottawa put up a show of Thelon and barrenlands photographs, in part to celebrate the book and in part to support the campaign to save the Thelon Sanctuary.  The exhibition subsequently travelled to the Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife and to the gallery of the Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association in Merrickville, Ontario.

In 2001, the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, Japan, asked David to provide an exhibition of his photos – principally Arctic landscapes and Inuit elders – to accompany and enhance a show of Inuit prints depicting the Legend of Uvajuq.  Subsequently the photographs toured to several venues in Japan and proved to be very popular with the Japanese audience.

For information about editorial use of his photographs, please contact David Pelly directly.
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