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Arts

Art without Boundaries

The best ideas originate in the mind of insightful visionaries. The new stand’ART concept from deiNERI is one such simple, and brill iant idea, creating a bridge between art and design, between interior and exterior. Biologists by training, Marie-Claude Marchand and Nancy Lahaie are well-matched. Even as they both moved far from their original vocation … Continue reading Art without Boundaries

Amel Chamandy, Multidisciplinary artist

Photographer, sculptor, designer, businesswoman and art collector. Amel Chamandy is all that and more. This creative free spirit lives in a world without limits, finding joy in life, beauty and harmony, and expressing herself in every way possible. An encounter with a multidisciplinary artist. When working with her camera, she is inspired by the ordinary. … Continue reading Amel Chamandy, Multidisciplinary artist

Élise Caron, through the heart of it: from imbalance to equilibrium

A line of black ink forms across the canvas from a swift motion of the hand. Some ink is absorbed by the canvas, some trickles smoothly down the surface. The mark, pre-determined and precisely placed, causes an imbalance on the canvas, and gives rise to a certain emotion, a vital energy. The great masters of … Continue reading Élise Caron, through the heart of it: from imbalance to equilibrium

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Niso Maman, Sculptor

Internationally renowned artist Niso Maman does not take a classical approach to his sculptures. Rather, his inspired reinterpretation of the body is based on exceptional skill, achieving sensually curved torsos precisely twisted into place with small rounded recycled metal pieces, coins, nails, keys, or pieces of stone. Sculptures made from accumulated objects were popularized by … Continue reading Niso Maman, Sculptor

Janet Werner, portraits of women

Inspired by popular culture and 20th and 21st century photography, Janet Werner offers a contemporary reinterpretation of femininity with large offset and disjunctive portraits embedded within a dreamlike scenery. Born in Winnipeg, Janet Werner has participated in numerous exhibitions in Canada and abroad. Today she lives, teaches, and creates her works in Montreal, many of … Continue reading Janet Werner, portraits of women