November 20 to December 14, 2019
Opening: Saturday November 23, from 2-5 pm
Chantal Fontaine Héber
Josée Charbonneau completed her studies from the Cégep du Vieux Montréal in 1976 with a Degree in Graphic Design. In 2007, she became a full member of the Atelier Circulaire printmaking collective. Her main aspiration lies in the transposition of the figurative representation to images imbued with colourism and non-symbolic compositions
Personal Exhibitions (Montreal): Galerie Luz, Montreal, 2018, 2015. Collective Exhibitions: Maison Albert Bruneau, Quebec 2018, -(Montreal) Circular Gallery, 2018-2008, Houses of Culture Saint-Antoine sur Richelieu 2017 and Parc- Extension, Gallery Luz 2017, 2016, 2014, Galerie du Viaduc, 2016, Collège du Vieux-Montréal 2008. Her prints were acquired by private and public collectors, The Bank National Library of Canada, Gabrielle Roy Library of Quebec and the National Archives of Quebec.
Danielle Cadieux, an artist of wide-ranging experience, since 1989 she has taken part in several individual and collective exhibitions. She has completed numerous courses and traineeships in divers techniques as lithography, wood engraving, caburundum, etching and collagraphy. The artist has been associated with the Zocalo art studio of Longueil since 1996. In 1999, she followed professional improvement training at the Croix-Baragnon studio of engraving in Toulouse. Since 2014, she has been presenting her new monotype series at Galerie Luz Gallery. In 2015, Danielle Cadieux took part in the Seventeenth International Engraving Biennale in Sarcelles, France. She is a member of RAAV and the Zocalo, Self-managed Artists’ Center of Longueuil.
Marcel Huguet is a multidisciplinary self-taught artist, he has participated in many solo and collective exhititions in Montreal, Québec, Ville-Marie (Témiscamingue), Toronto, Vancouver and Sofia (Bulgaria). Marcel is a member of Montreal based l’Atelier circulaire (printed art and creation) in Montréal, which showcases his works regularly in the Gallery, as does Open Studio in Toronto.
These risographics works are part of the narrative « La rue de mes icônes » elaborated from original street photographs. The artist seeks to evoke various aspect of life in the city today.
Chantal Fontaine Hébert
Chantal Fontaine Hébert holds a Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Psychoanalysis and specialized training in Visual Arts, Illumination, Latin Calligraphy, Japanese and Arabic. She has published three collections of poetry. Her job as a public writer has naturally brought her to the visual arts on a full-time basis. Her favorite mediums are inks, acrylic and gouache. In her studio in Montreal’s Rosemont neighborhood, she paints and teaches visual arts, calligraphy and illumination. Her works have been seen in Canada and European countries including France, Romania, Italy, Belgium and Spain where she has received several awards and are part of various collections. She is a member of several professional associations.