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Collines enneigées - Pastel sur papier sablé 9x12 po - Cantley Québec Canada

Snowy hills 2 – Pastel – 9×12 – Cantley Québec Canada

Collines enneigées - Pastel sur papier sablé 9x12 po - Cantley Québec Canada

The subject for that painting came after a couple inches of snow (again…) followed be a sunny day (at last…) Cantley in Québec is a region full of hills and forest. The town is litterally covered with woodland. Behind our place is such a rugged “boisé” filled with rocks and dead trees. From my kitchen window […]

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Study 5 – Pastel on sanded paper 7×9 in

Series of studies in pastel

Study 5 – Pastel on sanded paper 7×9 in

J’ai fait ces études au pastel inspiré par le travail d’Elizabeth Mowry. Pourquoi des études ? Pour apprendre une technique particulière, découvrir une nouvelle palette de couleurs et comprendre le travail d’un artiste admiré. Le procédé des études remontent à l’antiquité. Les maîtres donnaient des classes et les étudiants les copiaient pour perfectionner leur technique. […]

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Study 4 – Pastel on sanded paper 13×13 in

Why a study in painting?

Study 4 – Pastel on sanded paper 13×13 in

One of my last pastel painting. A 13 x 13 in in the style of Elizabeth Mowry, an outstanding americain pastelist. You can look at my other studies here. Why a study? To learn a specific technique, work with a different colour palette and understand the world of an admired artist. The process goes back to […]

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In the Hills 14 - Pastel on Sanded Paper 24x24in - Sold

Series of Works In the Hills

In the Hills 14 - Pastel on Sanded Paper 24x24in - Sold

Series of works about the hills of Outaouais (Collines de l’Outaouais), a region that encompasses seven municipalities in Outaouais, north of Ottawa (Canada). Of course, it’s my own personnal vision of the Collines. A lot of forest, a few corn fields here and there and full of hills, kind of mounds of not more than […]

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