2021 Corrid'Art Gallery Exhibit Projects - Submission Form
January and February : Réjean chiasson : acrylic painting
Vernissage: January 16 from 5-7 p.m.
The Crossing – The symbolizes the vehicle that allows us to experience life as we know it. The ocean, mysterious and deep, symbolizes life. The wind represents our thinking, which has the power to create inclement weather and respite. The question is: Are we the captain of our own ship?
March and April : ginette melanson : Acrylic painting
Vernissage: March 11 from 5-7 p.m.
Boost Your Mood – A series of paintings whose inspiration stems from my imagination, from precious memories that have remained in my mind. I want to immerse myself in this project and let the universe guide me. The paintings are of gallery style; the colours are lively to help boost your mood, give you energy and lift your spirits.
May and June : roch bourque : acrylic painting
Vernissage: May 12 from 5-7 p.m.
This exhibition of acrylic paintings features artwork drawn from my imagination, a reflection of my surroundings. I hope to convey values that reflect emotional life experiences, both past and present. Through a visual retrospective, I also want to demonstrate how physical matter is present in its universe.
July and August : rainer wenzl : gum-bichromate photography and watercolour painting
Vernissage: July 3 from 5-7 p.m.
Rainer’s work consists of a series of watercolour paintings and gum-bichromate photographs. His paintings explore the relationship between people and their environment, focusing on the unseen beauty that surrounds us in both rural and urban areas. The historical photographic processes examine contradictions by blurring the lines between photography and painting, both historically and contemporarily.
September and October : kathy pitre : multimedia
Vernissage: September 17 from 7-9 p.m.
This exhibit features various pieces from the artist’s pet portrait and wildlife series. Kathy has always been intuitively drawn to the energy of animals and the flow of nature. In these works, the artist uses different art mediums and techniques until she feels she captures the spirit of the animal.
November and December: indu varma : multimedia
Vernissage: November 6 from 5-7 p.m.
On the Wings of Hope – The artworks presented in this exhibition relate to life’s experiences at many levels: physical, emotional and philosophical. Life is filled with struggles, disappointments and failures. Some paintings depict universal challenges, whereas others relate to the immigrant experience. Regardless of context, one rides ‘on the wings of hope’, because hope is quintessential to human existence.