Micheline Landry

''My work evolves on wood where I add different matters leaving blank spaces. It can be fine or textured paper, fine or heavy canvas, and impasto. I work on these supports in many ways such as oil, pencil, matter withdrawal or various imprints because it leaves traces. I am often inspired by details. It can be a stain or a trace or just a word or a vision that becomes the initiator. In other words, I start by the smallest to get to the biggest, to the essence. The various materials serve as a base to oppose the subjects or to have them play with each other. The abstract and the real can coexist because I try to find another dimension that unites the imaginary of these two ''worlds'?. I am interested in the unsaid and the unseen interest me. It is a mystery that reaches out to me. But what interests me is what is felt, giving life or prompting a reflection. What concerns me is time (in all its forms), its fragility, its strength, its movements, its condensed instants like its infinity that plays with everything.''

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8 September 2019

Annual Fall Exhibition

We are now preparing for our annual fall exhibition during which nearly twenty of our artists will be represented. ...

28 March 2019

New Location in Pointe-Claire

 

205 Boul. Brunswick

Pointe-Claire, Qc

H9R 4R7

514-333-8156

 Opening hours

Monday to Friday  11 am to 5:30 pm         

Weekend  10 am to 6 pm