Rod Mireau

Originally from Saskatchewan, Rod Mireau now makes Peterborough his home.  Since graduating from the Ontario College of Art & Design in 1997, Rod has had many exhibitions including a 2018 show at the Art Gallery of Peterborough.   Other credits include exhibitions at XEXE gallery and the 2017 Artists Project Art Fair in Toronto. Rod participates in the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. His work is held in private collections in Toronto, Brooklyn, and Dubai.

“I create sculptures using both traditional woodworking techniques and modern wood shaping applications. I have begun to introduce new materials including metals, plastics and paint. While wood continues to be central in my work, this use of a more diverse range of materials allows me to explore new sculptural possibilities and opens up my work to a broader dialogue.”


Wood sculpture made from carved wood pieces that have been stained and charred

Seeds, 2018, ash, walnut, charred wood, fibreglass, 6 ft. diameter


Tour Stop 26

Wood Sculpture

705 875 1008



2180 Buckhorn Road, Selwyn: Located west of the village of Lakefield, on County Road 23 (Buckhorn Road). # 2180 is on the west side of Buckhorn Road, one-half kilometre north of County Road 20 (the 12th Line of Smith) and south of the 13th Line of Smith. The studio is on the top floor of the barn.

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Rod Mireau: Signs of Life

Rod Mireau, Gallery view, Rod Mireau: Signs of Life. Photo by Priam Thomas.

Rod Mireau: Signs of Life

Jun 29, 2018 to Oct 3, 2018