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Exhibits 2017

Aquarellistes du lundi 

Februay 5 to March 26, 2017

 Vernissage : February 5, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 

BU/Champlain Collective

April 2 to May 21, 2017

 Vernissage : April 2, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 

Guy-Anne Massicotte and Paul Duval

May 28 to July 9, 2017

 Vernissage : May 28, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 

Margot Graham Heyerhoff

July 12 to September 3, 2017

 Vernissage : July 12, 2017 (5@7) 

Month of photography

September 10 to October 29, 2017

 Vernissage : October 29, 2017 (2pm to 4pm) 

 

Current Exhibit 

PARALLEL DESIGNS 
One place, two visions

May 28 to July 9, 2017

Guy-Anne Massicotte and Paul Duval

   Vernissage : May 28, 2017 (2-4pm)

Guy-Anne Massicotte and Paul Duval will be showing their works together at Uplands, from May 28 until July 9, 2017.

The work of Guy-Anne Massicotte falls within the Contemporary Realist Painting Movement at the national and international level, through her participation in many global competitions and events. In addition to the Loto-Quebec Collection, her works can be found in many private collections in Canada, the United States and Europe, as well as Australia. In her creations, she revisits the classics, including still life, portraiture, and landscapes, while pushing their limits toward new interpretations. Her tools include traditional oil techniques, and the old masters continue to nourish her inspiration. Sometimes, a story, a glance, or a philosophical concept will find its way into her compositions. The guiding thread of her work is to build a bridge between the traditional and the modern through contemplation, subtlety and refinement. Uplands art gallery will welcome a dozen of the artist’s works that bring together her favourite themes.

Paul Duval rounds out this artistic pair, in presenting his creative universe. Paul Duval has a very special artistic sensibility which is all his own. Finding the unique quality in his designs is a priority which pushes him to renew himself with each piece: an inexhaustible need to create is always within. Utilizing a minimum of artistic mediums, paper, crayon, and raw pigments are three of the elements with which he crafts his graphic creations. Originally from Windsor in the Eastern Townships, Paul Duval received his training in graphic arts at the Cégep de Sherbrooke. He was then drawn toward silk screen printing, an art form in which he accumulated many and varied experiences. He has continued to practice in the world of silk screen printing for the past 35 years. His many experiments in the workshop have furnished him with the necessary canvas on which to develop his exceptional artistic expression.
 

 

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