Upcoming exhibition | Exposition à venir :
“Light On”: A Private Collection from Quebec
April 4th – April 28th, 2018
For all inquiries please contact Josée Jutras, email@example.com
154 Cumberland Street, Yorkville, TORONTO
Sylvain Tremblay, Éléments de Brooklyn, Mixed Media, 36x36’’
By devising expressive gestures, Charles Carson is part of a generation of artists invigorating abstract painting today. He is the creator of the Carsonism movement, a technique built around the application of swathes of colour constructed with lightly oblique touches sweep across the canvas with constant, regular movement.
Yanelis Reynaldo Carson, was born in 1979 in Nicaro in the province of Holguin, Cuba. Yanelis Reynaldo Carson, began painting at an early age in her native Cuba. Since immigrating to Canada, she has continued to grow and evolve as an artist under the mentorship of her husband, internationally renowned artist Charles Carson, grand Master of Fine Art.
Pierre Bellemare's fundamental inspiration is characterized by energy, rhythm and action, in relation to different cultural and musical mosaics. For the artist, color holds a vibration akin to music. This vibration invites us to see a world expressed through the power of abstraction, rather than pictures or words. This freedom of gesture, in full awareness of the present moment, relies on a foundation that springs from an amalgam of knowledge and artistic spontaneity.
After graduating with a bachelor of arts from the Université de Québec à Outaouais in 1991, Diane Fontaine completed a certificate in graphic design from the Studio Salette in Montréal in 1987. She then worked as an illustrator and art professor for several years. In 2004, she dedicated herself entirely to acrylic painting.
Robert Ouellet graduated from the École des Beaux-Arts de Québec. He studied art to obtain his teaching licence to teach art in high school.
A product of the hard-edge artistic movement, a style that combines the clear composition of geometric abstraction with the intense colour and bold, unitary forms of colour field painting, he exhibited his work at the École des Beaux-Arts.
Showing lightness and fluidity, the works of Joanie Rémillard communicate the endless energy of colours and movement, which both fascinate and overwhelm. Her art provokes emotions of joy, intrigue, euphoria and melancholy. Through her work, we are reminded of the emotions that are an integral part of life and that change is inevitable. Everything is eventually transformed.
To look at the work of Charles SUCSAN is to enter a world of constant movement where sensibility and spirituality coexist in an expressionist context.