Posts Tagged ‘Paper’

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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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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Four Abstract Seasons

Four Abstract Seasons - Intuitive Paintings

Four Abstract Seasons I’d like to share a set of intuitive paintings I worked on in September 2016, which consists of four diptychs. As in my previous set of studies titled “Marks on Large Greens“, I continued with the mark-making approach for the backgrounds. However, in this set, I allowed some geometric shapes to extend…

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Marks on Large Greens – Intuitive Paintings

Intuitive Paintings: Marks on Large Greens

Marks on Large Greens – Intuitive Paintings I’m sharing my new set of intuitive paintings which I titled Marks on Large Greens. The first snow in Quebec came extra early this year, and it was perfect timing to incorporate some vivid colors by posting this series of bright green abstracts. The series was done back…

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