Galerie Jeannine Blais
Magazin'Art
  • tout est bleu 48"x48" – Version 2

    Sylvain Coulombe

    Traces of life

    Artist Profile

    With slanted glances, Sylvain Coulombe’s figures embed their sweet presence. Their sinuously textured, colourful faces showcased  against bare backgrounds are instantly distinguishable. But are they male or female faces? Impossible to determine, other than they are human faces.

    The  artist’s intent is to portray the very soul of his subject. His large format paintings on wood leave no one indifferent: giant faces, bared of artifice, invoke a narrative the observer is eager to imagine. “Texture breathes life,” according to the artist whose process is unique. Minimizing flourishes allows him to bare the human soul and ensure that his message will be received unambiguously, as a true visceral reaction.

    Abonnez-vous au contenu de notre site internet pour lire ce texte. Subscribe to our Website content to read more

    Text by Isabelle Gauthier

    Represented by : Galerie Blanche, Thompson Landry, Galerie L’Harmattan, Galerie d’Art AlphaLas Olas Fine Arts, Galerie Château Frontenac.

    With slanted glances, Sylvain Coulombe’s figures embed their sweet presence…

    READ MORE
  • edithlietar_leverdujour_techmixtessurbois_24x48pouces

    Édith Liétar

    A Free Spirited Artist

    Delight in Discovery

    Belgo Canadian artist Édith Liétar has been  living in Québec since 1966. Having graduated in facial art, colour analysis and in fashion styling and design, she has long owned a fashion boutique and worked as a style and colour consultant analyst as well as fashion stylist for various magazines.

    Art has always been part of her life. From childhood, nothing hinders her creative freedom. She later creates clothing she highlights with hand painted motifs. After attending a number of development and refinement workshops, she pursues a self-taught painting career. A path that soon leads her to exhibit her work, as early as 2006, in numerous countries such as France, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Romania, Italy and the United States, etc. She is present on the international scene from the very start of her career as a professional artist. Her works are purchased by art lovers as far as in the Middle-East and are today  part of a great number of public and private collections.

    Abonnez-vous au contenu de notre site internet pour lire ce texte. Subscribe to our Website content to read more

    Text by HeleneCaroline Fournier

    www.edithlietar.com

    Belgo Canadian artist Édith Liétar has been living in Québec since 1966…

    READ MORE
Artist Guide Gallery Guide

Sign up to receive our newsletter