Art Blog

  1. What I have learned from David Milne, Painter.

    Date 21 May 2019
    By Christine Girard There are several artists from whom I draw inspiration and learn. Picasso, Monet, Kandinsky, Miró… In 2018, I visited the Art Gallery of Ontario where I discovered David Milne, a Canadian artist who now has a permanent exhibition at the AGO. I was so emotionally taken by his work, I…

  2. Ce que j’ai appris de David Milne

    Date 02 May 2019
    Par Christine Girard  Dans ma pratique artistique, je suis inspirée par différents artistes, de qui je puise de l’information, des idées, de l’apprentissage, comme entre autres, Picasso, Monet, Kandinsky, Miró, Mondrian…   En 2018, alors que je visite l’Art Gallery of Ontario, je découvre le peintre David Milne (1882-1953), artiste canadien, qui a…

  3. Intricate Possibilities

    Date 17 Mar 2019
    There is a woman hidden. Can you find her? She is speaking of peace. Every square portrays harmony, of colour and forms, and intricate possibilities. It was titled based on an admirer’s impression of the work as being a « Colourful Blanket with Gentle Folds  ».Created on March 10, 2019 My…

  4. In the making

    Date 05 Feb 2019
    (Version française plus bas) My automatic abstract art begins by colour mixing. I work with Daniel Smith’s fine watercolour primaries, mixing to achieve complex colours, unusual, warm and fully pigmented. This piece is all about superposition.  Forms and markings were added spontaneously, until the breaking point, creating dimensions.  I create abstract…

  5. Picasso Study | Étude Picasso

    Date 13 Nov 2018
    I have a few artists who I look up to, they touch me with their work, although I cannot always explain why. My latest exercise was to study Picasso. I drew over his lines, studied the tones and hues, then I let my imagination run free. This is what transpired…

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