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    FINE ART GALLERIES  |  INTERIOR DESIGN SHOWCASES

     


     

     

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    SHOWCASE I

    LOCATED ON THE FIRST FLOOR

     

    FEATURING ARTIST 

    Brian Anderson

    Using symmetry, pattern, and a little chaos, Brian Anderson’s works are a whirlwind of color and form. His intense color palette is both bold and bright, his goal being to completely engage his audience with their intensity. His large-scale work is extremely textured, sometimes having as many as 30 layers on them, creating a form of relief sculpture through painting. On closer inspection, you may see the blending of these colors, and the cracks on canvas that occur when so many layers take place.

     

     
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    SHOWCASE II

    LOCATED ON THE SECOND FLOOR

     
    FEATURING Artist 
    Alexandra Levasseur 

    is a painter, sculptor and animated filmmaker born in Shawingan in 1982. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Costa Rica (2006), an MA in Illustration / Communication from the 'EINA in Barcelona (2008) and a major in film animation from Concordia University in Montreal (2014). She has received academic excellence scholarships from the Blairmore Foundation (2013) and Turtle Creek Asset Management (2014). She has participated in several exhibitions and film festivals around the world; she also received a grant from the Canada Council for the Arts for her latest film project (2017). She currently lives in Montreal.

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    SHOWCASE III

    LOCATED ON THE THIRD FLOOR

     
    FEATURING ARTIST 
    NICHOLAS BALDRIDGE

    Dreamscapes of interconnecting relationships through space and time elapse when viewing Nicholas Baldridge’s works. Their unique texture is attributed to organic free-flowing lines and vibrant color concepts on wooden panels. His palette is filled with muted iridescent and bold complementary colors that create a unique blend of delicate but kinetic, other-worldly atmospheres. On closer inspection, you notice all the minute details of his works, allowing your eye to synchronize with the ebb and flow of energy transferring from different parts of his paintings.


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