Galerie Jeannine Blais
Magazin'Art

Glass

Carpe Diem

Nicole Taillon’s Mantra

Forms, Volume and Space

Time – a precious resource if ever there was one! It slips through the fingers of some while others have too much of it on their hands. And yet, we all share a fleeting existence in this world where technology is meant to save us time while, paradoxically, Man has never lacked so much of it, has never seemed so out-of-breath, so hurried.

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 Text by Dominic Villeneuve

In Québec, Nicole Taillon is represented by Galerie Richelieu (Saint Denis Street, Montréal), by Galerie Jeannine-Blais (North Hatley) and by Galerie Carpe Diem (Magog).

 

Time – a precious resource if ever there was one! It slips through the fingers of some while others have too much of it on their hands. And yet…

Jacinthe Lagueux

Luminescent presence of the feminine body

Forms, volume and space

“Light can be diffused, fleeting, changing, capricious even. It knows all the tricks. Th us is it difficult to be satisfied with one’s work, however beautiful it may be!” – Rosal de Sainte-Croix, master glazer.

In all forms of advertising, from the simple poster to giant billboards, in cinema and television, on t-shirts and shopping bags, women are most often then not depicted in superficial, toxic and even pernicious fashion in our society. This being said, how refreshing it is to meet a woman, a talented artist, who embraces her freedom of action and innate sensibility and presents us with sculpted creations featuring the feminine body in an effort to shed some light on the notion of objective beauty! Artist Jacinthe Lagueux is passionate about thermoformed glass sculpture and has exhibited her works on numerous occasions in the past. Hence are we able to testify to the evolution of this brilliant artist, in full command of her craft, who diffuses her radiant sensitivity through sparkling luminous works.

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Text by Michel Bois

In all forms of advertising, from the simple poster to giant billboards, in cinema and television, on t-shirts and shopping bags, women are most often then not depicted…