Next Event: Exposition des artistes de Lorraine et invités

Next Event: Exposition des artistes de Lorraine et invités

You are cordially invited to the 2019 edition of the “Exposition des artistes de Lorraine et invites” that will take place from May 16 to June 2, 2019, at la Maison Garth. It is an annual exhibition gathering artworks created by artists living in the city of Lorraine, Quebec and surroundings. I will participate to this event for the third year in a row.

Next Art Exhibition: L’Annuelle des Arts 2019

Next Art Exhibition: L’Annuelle des Arts 2019

I am pleased to announce that I shall participate in the next collective art exhibition of the ALPAP. This exhibition is an annual event featuring artworks created by ALPAP members, a local group of artists of which I have been a member since 2013. The exhibition will take place in Laval (Quebec) from May 11 to June 2, 2019…

The Most Common Mistake in Painting and Three Tips to Remember

The Most Common Mistake in Painting and Three Tips to Remember

Have you ever seen paintings that are full of color, but that, in spite of everything, seem bland and do not catch the eye? Have you ever found yourself in front of a painting that looks like a tapestry and has no element that stands out more than another? Or, have you ever seen one of those overwhelming paintings including too much visual elements? If it could speak, it would not be a clear speech, but rather the chaotic shout of a crowd…

This Demon Called Plastic

This Demon Called Plastic

You’ve certainly seen in the media these images showing mountains of plastics in dumps or in the ocean, as well as those animals strangled by plastic bags or bottles. The images are disturbing and although we are becoming more aware of the situation and we are doing small daily actions to reduce our ecological footprint, I am wondering about the impact of creative hobbies and an artistic practice on ecology.

What if your multiple passions give form to a cohesive whole?

What if your multiple passions give form to a cohesive whole?

Have you ever heard of Steve Jobs’s speech to students at Stanford University in California in June 2005? He tells three short stories. He concluded the first by one saying this: … you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down…

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