Enjoying in person art exhibitions again

Vous aimerez cette merveilleuse exposition!
Je n’ai pas le temps de traduire ces jours-ci mais je vous invite à lire l’article en anglais si c’est possible.


Enviroart by Suzanne Bélair, IAF, AFC

Since the pandemic came into our lives, late night “spur of the moment”ideas are often abandoned because of logistics and advance reservations. I was therefore happily surprised when our visit to “L’Heure mauve”, Nicolas Party’s first exhibition in Canada, came together yesterday. Flexibility and speed were key.

“L’Heure mauve” is based on a painting from Canadian painter Ozias Leduc and is featured at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts until April 3rd.

Nicolas Party is a young painter and sculptor born in Swirzerland and was a discovery for me. His versatility and use of colors definitely impressed me. Furthermore, he works mostly in pastels which I admire since I personally abhor using this medium.

The exhibition integrates paintings from old masters that perhaps served as inspiration to the artist while some offer a drastic contrast with his works.

On the wall directly across the entrance of each room…

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