Boileau is a Sculpture/Installation Artist. He has been teaching at the Ontario College of Art and Design since 1987.
Bachelor of Engineering, Carleton University, Ottawa
Associate of the Ontario College of Art, Ontario College of Art, Toronto
ADGA Consulting Engineers: Field Engineer on the Bell Canada microwave tower system across northern Ontario.
Energy Mines and Resources, Canada: Research Engineer in the construction materials section.
Factory Mutual Engineering: Field Engineer and Loss Prevention Consultant for a large industrial insurance company. Structural and fire prevention analysis at a variety of industrial locations (Mines, Paper Mills, Manufacturing industries)
Resource Integration Systems: Manager of Canada’s first large scale recycling project (East York). Designed a multi material collection vehicle.
Renegar Strategic Planning: Strategic planning for technical based companies.
2002 to 2008 Toronto International Art Fair (Lonsdale Gallery) Toronto
2003 “Falling From Grace”, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto (Solo)
2000 “Fragments of Preservation”, Lonsdale, Toronto (Solo)
1999 “Israel at Fifty, An Exhibition of Art”, Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto
1997 “Artefact Sanctuary” (Solo), Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto
“Midway”, Solo Installation, Lonsdale Gallery, Toronto
“Arteast”, A One Year Outdoor Exhibition, Arbour Gallery, Hawkesbury
1992 “Observation and Response”, (Glen Priestly collaborating), Mira Godard, Toronto
1988 “The Canadian Contemporary Figure” McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario
The Chicago International Art Exhibition (Gallery Moos) Chicago
1987 “George Boileau”, Justina Barnicke Gallery, University of Toronto (Solo)
“George Boileau”, Gallery Moos, Toronto (Solo)
1987 The Los Angeles International Art Exhibition (Gallery Moos), Los Angeles
2010 (In Progress).George “Buzz” Beurling”, Memorial Sculpture, Heritage Warplane Museum, Hamilton
1997 “Rampart”, Ontario Securities Commission, Toronto.
1997 “The Bow” Bank of Montreal (For Barclays’ Bank, London, England).
1987 “Lineal Order”, Symphony Place, Simcoe St., Toronto