Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Meet Daniele Lemieux of Montreal

Danièle Lemieux is a professional artist based in Montréal. She was born in Rosemere, Quebec in 1959. Her work is acclaimed for its fusion of contemporary composition with a classic painterly style and has been reviewed in newspapers, magazines, books and on television. Her style is unique and people appreciate her work for its quiet simplicity and poetic statements honouring everyday objects.
Danièle graduated from Dawson College in 1979 with a degree in graphic design and was a respected art director and commercial illustrator for 20 years. Meanwhile, she kept her first love for fine art alive by continuing her studies for many years at the Visual Art Centre in Westmount, Quebec, carving out time to paint between commercial assignments. For the past 10 years Danièle has devoted herself to painting full time. She has been featured in many group and solo shows and is represented by major galleries across Canada in Vancouver/White Rock, Victoria, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Quebec City.

Selected Exhibition
2010 West End Gallery, Victoria BC Two-Artist Show
2009 Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON, Solo Show
Agnes Bugera Gallery, Edmonton, AB, Solo Show
2007 Gallery Gevik, Toronto, ON, Solo Show
Harrison Galleries, Calgary, AB, two artist show
Gallery Gevik, Toronto, ON, Group Show
Galerie Arte, Montreal, QC, Group Show
2006 Harrison Galleries, Vancouver, BC, Group Show
Gallery Gevik, Toronto, ON, Group Show
Stewart Hall Art Gallery, Pointe Claire, QC, Group Show
Les Femmeuses, Longueil, QC, Group Show
2005 Arts Sutton, Sutton, QC, Solo Show
Wallack Galleries, Ottawa, ON, Solo Show
Les Femmeuses, Longueil, QC, Group Show
2004 Society of Canadian Artists National Open Juried Exhibition, Montreal QC
Seagram Gallery, Centaur Theatre, Montreal, QC, Solo Show
2003 Halde Galerie Widen, Switzerland Group Shows (2)

To see the power of Daniele in still life painting, please click here.

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