Art at Shell honours Aamjiwnaang


Shell Canada is recognizing its “long-standing relationship with and connection to the Aamjiwnaang First Nation.”

It unveiled a large-scale original painting from Aamjiwnaang First Nation artist John Williams today. It honours the land and the people of the area where the refinery is located and according to the company captures the spirit and beauty of Ojibway culture.

The art was commissioned as part of the 70th anniversary celebration of the Sarnia refinery.

Williams is seen here with his son, Theo Wolfe.

The art is visible from the St. Clair Parkway near Talfourd Creek.