In collaboration with Action Centre-Ville
Born in Shawinigan, Isabelle Guimond lives and works in Montreal. She is represented by Galerie Simon Blais since 2018. She favors the mediums of painting and drawing in order to question her own relationship with images. Oscillating between social criticism and self-fiction, her pictorial work reflects the world and the experiences in which her practice takes place. His works have been presented at various individual and group exhibitions in Quebec, the United States and Mexico, notably at Galerie Simon Blais (2019), Galerie Trois Points (2017), L'Écart (2016), at Galerie B-312 (2019) and at the Center des arts politiques Skol (2014).
RESERVED FOR SENIORS! Are you over 60? Are you curious and interested in images and spatial perceptions of the environment that surrounds us? Would you like to better understand art-that-is-being-made-today-and-now? In collaboration with Action Centre-Ville, a community organization for seniors, Galerie B-312 is pleased to offer an opportunity to introduce you to a variety of artistic practices. FAIRE - VOIR - EXPLORER To discover your own way of creating and doing. To interact with an artist in their studio. To visit exhibitions and demystify creation. It offers a privileged access to art, an incredible chance to appreciate and be inspired by it.
Artist: Isabelle Guimond
In collaboration with Galerie B-312, artist Isabelle Guimond will introduce you to the basics of painting (watercolour, acrylic and oil), drawing on your photographic archives and your own sources of inspiration. In a contemporary approach to the image, you will be led to produce paintings that will surprise you yourself! In addition, you will visit Gallery B-312, the other galleries in the Belgo as well as the artist's studio and the Clark wood workshop. All this with a touch of humour that is specific to the artist's personality and approach.
When: Tuesdays starting September 24, 2019
Duration: until December 10, 2019
Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 514 874-9423
Limited number of places: first come, first served!
This project was supported by: ministère de la Culture et des Communications and Ville de Montréal in the context of the Entente sur le développement culturel de Montréal. Enjoy!