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Galerie Q
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Galerie Q is committed to art presentation and discourse, as well as the exploring the diversity of culture.
Galerie Q is committed to art presentation and discourse, as well as the exploring the diversity of culture.

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Nathalie Voisine's diverse and unique style begins with a single free-form gesture that translates her imagination into paint. Frivole. Acrylic on Canvas. 60x40".
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In 1938, Ayotte moved to Montreal Sainte-Famille. With no money, he found himself work as a model and janitor at the École des beaux-arts de Montréal. Although he had no formal art education, Ayotte was determined to create. After work, he would pick up the half-empty tubes left by careless students and use them to paint. Soon after, Ayotte was discovered by the school director, who saw one of his works and pronounced him as the best student in the school. This is Léo Ayotte's Untitled Portrait. Oil on Canvas. 20x16".
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The uniquely luminous qualities of this glasswork highlight it's elegant form and colour. On exhibit now.
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Visit us this weekend 10-6
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Jerry Brennan's looseness, severity of colour and simplicity of form can be traced to early impressionist painters like Paul Cézanne who painted many views of the Mount Sainte-Victoire and often returned to the same subject time and time again. This is Sky. Oil on Canvas. 24x30"
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Join us for this upcoming lecture Series: Palimpsest: Images and Text in Conversation. This is an interactive talk about new arrivals, old stories / new stories with his-story and her-story woven through a post WWII historical lens. Jean-Michel and Helen are both life partners and art collaborators. Together, they are the youmeus project.

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In Muzychko's Beginning of Twilight, she uses an impasto technique for its expressive qualities. Paint is applied thickly to the canvas and left to dry in a sculptural form. The result is a build up of paint to add realism to her work, making the objects in her scene appear more three-dimensional.

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A prominent Canadian painter and museum professional, R.C.A Claude Picher was born in Quebec City, Quebec, and died in Matane, Quebec on the Gaspe Peninsula. Picher's style is perhaps one of the most easily recognizable in Canadian art. Before becoming a full-time painter he was a museum administrator and curator known for his severe criticism of contemporary Canadian art. This is Claude Picher. Paysage de perce. Oil on Canvas. 36x24"
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Raynald Leclerc. Crepuscule St. Roch des Aulnaies. Oil on Canvas. 20x24".
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Raymond Caouette. Village in Spring. Oil on Canvas. 38x50"
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