9323 100 St,
Fort St. John,
Symons was an artist, writer and naturalist. Born in England in 1898, he immigrated to Canada in 1914, to be a cowboy on a ranch in Saskatchewan.
He lived near Fort St. John from 1943 to 1961 first as a game warden and then as a rancher. He painted, worked with horses, wrote books, and was an advocate for conserving nature.
This exhibition was curated by Heather Smith of the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery.
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