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Mireille Dubreuil

The eloquence of stones

Forms, Volume and space

Anyone probing Mireille Dubreuil’s artistic world is invited to partake in a fascinating and instructive experience. Her passion for minerals, her contagious smile, her sensitivity, all are ingredients to the recipe that shapes this exceptional being.

Having travelled the world for some 20 years, Mireille has long recognized that the richness of her existence is in great part inhe- rited from gifts by benevolent strangers who have also long known to decipher what stones of ages are saying.

Whether Magdalen Islands alabaster, Brazil steatite, Japan chlorite or Vermont marble, each piece of rock has its own lan- guage. If we listen these stones do speak to us, as sketched within the furrows of their veins souls have hidden their faces, sheltered from the eyes of merchants. Abonnez-vous au contenu de notre site internet pour lire ce texte. Subscribe to our Website content to read more


Text by Robert Lafontaine

 

 

 

Keywords: Canadian Shield,  Stone,  sculpture,  

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