2019 - Marché de Nuit, Alexandraplatz Bar, Montreal

2019 - MTL Uncovered, Theatre Paradoxe, Montreal

2019 - MTL en Arts, St-Catherine Street, Montreal

2019 - BMO Silent Art Auction, BMO 119 St-Jacques, Old Montreal

2018 - Marché Artisanal MTL, Église St-Jean Berchmans, Montreal

2018 - Puces Pop Noël, Église St-Denis, Montreal

2018 - Marché Éphémère EtsyMTL, Gare Windsor,Montreal

2018 - Art Etc., Montreal West Town Hall, Montreal West

2018 - Etsy Fait au Québec - Montréal, Technôpole Angus, Montreal

2018 - The Jumpoff 3, Mister Rogers, Brooklyn, NY

2018 - RAW/Connect, Brooklyn Bazaar, Brooklyn, NY

2018 - YES Montreal’s What The Pop!, Eastern Bloc, Montreal

2018 - Marché de Nuit (August edition), Alexandraplatz Bar, Montreal

2018 - Fresques nocturnes, Mont-Royal Avenue, Montreal

2018 - Montreal Comiccon, Palais des congrès de Montréal, Montreal

2018 - MTL en Arts, St-Catherine Street, Montreal

2018 - Marché de Nuit (May edition), Alexandraplatz Bar, Montreal

2018 - BMO Silent Art Auction, BMO 119 St-Jacques, Old Montreal

2017 - Marché Éphémère EtsyMTL, Gare Windsor, Montreal

2017 - Art Etc., Montreal West Town Hall, Montreal West

2017 - Mile Ex Night Market, Alexandraplatz Bar, Montreal

2017 - MTL en Arts, Plaza St-Hubert, Montreal

2017 - Parallax Art Fair, Chelsea Old Town Hall, London, England​

2017 - MTL en Arts, St-Catherine Street, Montreal

2017 - Craftfest 2017, Albert Island, Ottawa

2017 - Pop-Up Gallerie Fringe, MAI Centre, Montreal 

2017 - For the Love of Animals, La Palette Gallery, Beaconsfield

2017 - ​RAW/VERSE, The Rialto Theatre, Montreal

2017 - MTL Uncovered, Theatre Paradoxe, Montreal

2016 - Bazaarts: Expo Collective, Galerie MainLine, Montreal

2016 - Flavours of Monkland Street Festival, NDG, Montreal

2016 - Marché des Possibles, Mile End, Montreal

2016 - MTL en Arts, St-Catherine Street, Montreal

2016 - Montreal Grand Prix Festival, NDG, Montreal

2016 - St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival, Galerie MainLine, Montreal 

2016 - MTL Uncovered, Theatre Paradoxe, Montreal

2015 - RAW/Merge, Theatre La Tulipe, Montreal

2015 - Long Distances Lines by Ian MacLeod, The Phoenix Gallery, Vancouver

2015 - Monkland Flavours Street Festival, NDG, Montreal

2015 - Marché des Possibles, Mile End, Montreal

2015 - Gallerie Fringe, MAI Centre, Montreal

2015 - Puces Pop Printemps, Église St-Denis, Montreal 

2014 - The Maple Leaf Ball Silent Auction,  The Savoy London, London, UK

2014 - Art Battle 144, Rialto Theatre, Montreal

2013 - YES Montreal Art Expo, Marché Bonsecours, Montreal

2013 - Oakpark Art Exhibition, Oakpark Retirement Community, Ottawa

2011 - Student Exhibition, La Palette Art Gallery, Beaconsfield

2008 - Artaccino at Cafeccino, Cafeccino, Dorval

2008 - Intaglio Student Exhibition, Concordia University, Montreal

2007 - Lithography Student Exhibition, Concordia University, Montreal

1999 - Our Children’s Art, Ogilvy’s Department Store, Montreal 

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Our Children’s Art Agenda 1999, MPR Communications 1998, p. 47 & 113

Our Children’s Art Agenda 1998, MPR Communications 1997, p. 33 


Works held in private collections in Brooklyn, Madrid, Milwaukee (WI), Montreal, Ottawa, Portland (OR),  Ramsay (UK), Sweden, Toronto and Vancouver.


Born in Montreal in 1982, Ian MacLeod loved drawing from a very early age. Eschewing the coloring book, he always opted for a blank piece of paper to create his own characters and worlds. Upon the suggestion of his grandmother, Ian began to draw birds from the field guide kept at the family cottage. From that point on, Ian’s affinity for depicting avian wildlife in its various forms has continued to develop to this day.

At age 10, Ian enrolled at the La Palette Art School in Beaconsfield, Quebec. Under the tutelage of the watercolorist Renate Heidersdorf, he developed his technique and composition while learning various mediums such as acrylics, charcoal, pastels, silk painting and watercolors. 

In 2006, Ian enrolled in Print Media in the Fine Arts Department of Concordia University. Over the next 3 years he learned such printing disciplines as intaglio, lithography and silk screening while also exploring the cyber arts of digital printing, sound design and video production. While at Concordia, Ian gained an appreciation for the abstraction and the value of color and texture as entities in their own right. 

Today, Ian’s work uses a stark black and white esthetic, influenced by the likes of M.C. Escher and Bill Reid, to create bold and texturally rich images that echo the beauty and form found in  nature.