Growing up on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada, Dijon has been surrounded by the natural beauty of the region and by art his entire life. His mother, Rosalie Bishop, and his father, Donald Curley, are both established artists in their own right, and through their encouragement and influence he has acquired his own expressive voice.
Executed by a heartfelt response to his enviroment, his deep appreciation for the landscape is obvious to the viewer, whether it is a field of golden wheat or a coastal scene of deep blue. Figuring prominently in his works is the play of light and shadow.
Dijon has had several solo shows and has taken part in many group exhibits in Nova Scotia. His work is also in many private and corporate collections in Canada and the United States.
a/b 12 x 9 SOLD