Cedric presents his "Abstract Shield" collection, a series of works produced over several billion years on the magnificent canvas that is our Canadian Shield. By dripping lava colored with different minerals and using glaciers as a spatula, Mother Nature has absolutely nothing to envy to the greatest abstract artists in the history of art. The Art Mural collection allows us to bring out and display these fantastic ephemeral works that are normally only visible on the North Shore.
Focusing mostly on drawing and painting, Marie-Ève draws her influences from many artistic currents and is inspired by her personal experiences as well as the current world.
Self taught artist, born in Montréal in 1977, Jonathan explores chromatic interactions through the illusion of transparency and sequencing of the different colors. The gradient effects of brightness, radiance and depth result from the precise mixing and assembly of different tones in his pictorial space.
Drawing on the "Joie de vivre", Stéfannie Larichelière is inspired by nature and explores the possibilities offered by digital collage. Fascinated by the power of color, she stages a narrative, a story, a "glimpse" into the imagination of each of her portraits, adding a note of poetry.