Posts Tagged ‘Abstract Art’

New Group Exhibition Intersection Éponyme

New Group Exhibition Intersection-Eponyme

You are invited to the upcoming group exhibition INTERSECTION ÉPONYME, which features 35 artists originally from or residing in Sherbrooke, QC. I am showcasing two new paintings of my Exclamatory Intermezzo series. Here is a small sneak preview of my work in progress: Work in Progress: Glimpse in the Tropopause – Top View 11 x…

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Abstract Patterns in the Intertidal Zone

Abstract Patterns in the Intertidal Zone

As a fan of coastal Maine, I got to spend a week in Northport in the Penobscot Bay this year. During this time, I hung out a few days at a lonely beach between Belfast and Camden. At the end of September, the water was already pretty fresh (actually rather cold), but it was relaxing…

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New Traveling Group Exhibition

New Travelling Group Exhibition: Le Canada pour moi c'est ...

New Traveling Group Exhibition: Le Canada pour moi c’est … Please stop by at the new traveling group exhibition “Le Canada pour moi c’est…” (translated: Canada for me is …) at seven venues across the Eastern Townships until the end of the year. This group exhibition showcases works of 50 francophone, anglophone and immigrant artists…

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Spontaneous Marks – Intuitive Paintings

Spontaneous Marks - Intuitive Paintings

Spontaneous Marks – Intuitive Paintings I am publishing my last painting set of 2016 titled Spontaneous Marks, which consists of 8 studies on 11 x 14 in. paper I painted in December. While my last intuitive painting sets were dominated by large-scale colour applications, this set is defined by fewer marks and colours. For this…

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Abstract Nautical Noise – Intuitive Paintings

Abstract Nautical Noise - Intuitive Paintings

Abstract Nautical Noise – Intuitive Paintings I’d like to share Abstract Nautical Noise, which is the second to last intuitive painting set I created in 2016. These nine studies were produced over the course of four months, from August to November, and I reworked them several times. Nevertheless, in this series, I still worked intuitively;…

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