Today we move on to the works of two other artists and a different subject: family.
Artist Chantal Dahan immigrated to Canada from France with her family when she was growing up. She's created portraits in multimedia with family members as her subject since then. This is the artist's sister in a photograph titled 1968 Sunset Drive, The Promised Land.
Photographs of the family's arrival in Canada are collected together in a display titled Paris-Ottawa 1968.
Another family portrait in a different way: her sister in a looping video on three screens embedded in a couch. This is The Sunlight Zone.
More of a traditional style of portrait is found in the next space. Six portraits feature five different people by the Canadian landscape and portrait artist Robert S. Hyndman. All of these are his family, painted at various points. At left is his daughter Margot, with his wife Joan next, and their daughter Brydie in third. Following is his father, Justice James Duncan Hyndman, his mother Ethel, and a portrait of his daughters when they were girls.