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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5 May 2023

Art to Help

The entire team of Art & Style and L'Harmattan art galleries wishes to help the Baie-Saint-Paul community affected...

21 October 2021

New Location in Baie-D'Urfé


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