April 3 to April 29, 2018
Nathalie Freniere is a Québécois artist who's oil paintings exude a quiet, calming atmosphere.
She uses a palette knife and thinned oil to create vaporous, enigmatic, abstract vistas. At once representational and abstract, she paints with a serene madness that embraces both worlds. Her work has traveled to exhibitions and symposia in Canada, the USA and Brazil.
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Although his subject matter and themes are always evolving, Stephen has a recognizable style that carries through his work. The approach is “stylized realism” with an emphasis on the sense of light, colour and fields of tone. His background in photography and design have a noticeable influence on his technique, composition and design sensibility, creating a clean contemporary look. Underneath technique you will often find “storylines” and/or dream-like images and symbols.