Galerie Jeannine Blais
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  • Marie-Claude-Demers

    Marie-Claude Demers

    Moment of Grace

    Forms Volume and Space

    « Sculpture is glowing memory. » 
— Miguel Angel Asturias

    The air is crisp and invigorating. Immaculate snow covers the ground. Admiring the scenery and keeping an eye out for deer darting through the valleys, I make my way towards an artist studio set on the heights of a country road that leads to infinity. On this perfect Saturday afternoon, I am meeting with Marie-Claude Demers, the outstandingly talented and generous artist who dwells here. Her sculpture work in bronze is more than formidable, it is magical, sublime, and bearer of happiness. Detail-oriented and monumental, it is an absolute delight!

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    By Michel Bois

    Her artworks can be found at:
    Atelier Marie-Claude Demers, 418-453-3351
    Musée du bronze, 1760, ch. Dublin, Inverness, QC, 418-453-2101
    Galerie Jeannine Blais, 100, rue Main, C.P. 90, North Hatley, QC, J0B 2C0, 819-842-2784
    Galerie dʼart Iris, 30, Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Baie-Saint-Paul, QC, G3Z 1L9, 418-435-0224
    Galerie dʼart La Marée Montante, 1317, chemin Royal, Saint-Laurent, Île d’Orléans, QC, G0A 3Z0, 418-828-1859
    Galeries dʼart Beauchamp, info@galeriebeauchamp.com 1-877-694-2244

    The air is crisp and invigorating. Immaculate snow covers the ground…

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  • © Sophie Thibault

    Sophie Thibault

    Recognizing Beauty

    Art Photography

    “It is part of the photographer’s job to see more intensely than most people do. He must have and keep in him something of the receptiveness of the child who looks at the world for the first time or of the traveler who enters a strange country.” 
— Bill Brandt

    Newscast anchor at TVA, Sophie Thibault rubs shoulders with current events, natural disasters and most of humanity’s missteps as she sits at her anchor’s desk and delivers the news on the small screen. A psychology graduate, she has been working in the fields of journalism and communications for 28 years, ever since her debut at TVA. She was obviously influenced by her father who was News Director at Radio Canada, but also through her passion for photography and cameras. “I love the arts, drawing, painting, even if I’m not good at it, which greatly frustrated me in my youth. In contrast, I remember being fascinated by all the images I was able to capture and fix in time on film. Even truer in my teenage years when I could combine camera, video recorder and sound to capture ‘living’ images of current events. Which I today recognize as a direct link to my eventual career choice, but was unaware of at the time.”

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    By Michel Bois

    INFORMATIONS
    A Sophie Thibault exhibition ‒ Tanzanie : Retour aux origines.
    May 4 – 14, 2017. Galerie Québec Art, 40 Notre-Dame Street, Québec City. 418 692-8200

    Art Photography. Newscast anchor at TVA, Sophie Thibault rubs shoulders with current events, natural disasters and most of humanity’s missteps…

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