Art exhibit explores what it meant to Tom Wilson to be removed, then reconnected to his Mohawk heritage

 By Sam Laskaris  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Windspeaker.com Tom Wilson has had his share of highlights throughout a multi-faceted artistic career. As a musician, Wilson attainted fame with a number of bands, including as the frontman for Junkhouse, a rock group formed in 1989 that still occasionally performs. But it is Wilson’s writing and skill as a painter that has him back in the spotlight. His art exhibit titled Mohawk Warriors, Hunters & Chiefs opened to the public Feb. 2 at the Cultural Goods Gallery located in Toronto. On Feb. 3, Wilson will provide an artist’s talk at the gallery and be available to sign copies of a new book he co-authored, also titled Mohawk Warriors, Hunters & Chiefs. Wilson, who is 64, grew up in Hamilton. In his best-selling…

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