The artists

Michel Gagné

Michel Gagné
sculptor

 


 

Michel Gagne

 

 

 

The role of the sculptor is to release his inspiration from a piece of wood, of copper or any other materiel to create a work of art. In my case the shape of the object is already present, I am the catalyst which recognizes the shape and transforms it, to bring out the beauty that nature has already created. My only talent is my vision, the potential I see in the raw material. All the work has already been done, I only help bring it to the surface.

Ultimately, everyone perceives the finished product differently and identifies on a personal level with the piece. The beauty, movement, tranquility or the harmony are all there, it’s up to you to discover them and interpret them for yourself. 

 



 

Flight

Wood on granit base

34 inches high

2018

250 $

sculpture A

 

sculpture AA

 


 

Another christmas

Wood on granite base

13 x 18 x 25 inches high

2018

250$

sclupture B

 

sclupture BB

 


 

Empty shell of itself

Wood on granit base

26 x 12 inches

2018

200 $

empty shell of itself Copy

 

empty shell of itself 4 Copy

 

 


 


 

Wave

Wood on granit base

16 x 9

2018

200 $

wave 2

 

wave

 

wave 3

 

Morissette Paul

Paul Morissette

artist

 


Paul Morissette

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Native of Sainte-Claire de Bellechasse, Paul Morissette knew from his early childhood that drawing and painting would hold an important place in his life. He drew constantly and wherever he went. He created his first painting at the age of sixteen: Le grand-père.

As a teenager, he studied fine arts at the Cégep du Vieux-Montreal and at Cégep de Sherbrooke, before choosing graphic design at Laval Université in Quebec city. During his career in graphic design in Sherbrooke, he continued exploring various mediums in visual art, experimenting with acrylics, silkscreens and watercolors.

In 2005, he was mandated to produce several frescoes and paintings representing the Eastern Townships for l’Hotel Jardins de Ville in Sherbrooke. The result was over twenty paintings and frescoes many of which can still be seen today including:
Les amoureux, Les Cantons, Papa mouton, Saint-Benoît,…


For the past two years, he has painted on a regularly basis in his own style, painting wath matter to him, the objects,  the events and characters from his memory. His work is part of a realistic world, tinged with emotions and liberty allowing him to create with passion.

 

 


 

The bishop and his sheep

Oil on canvas,
12 inches x 16 inches (305 X 406 mm)

2015

375 $

Leveque et ses brebis


 

Farmer's wife

Oil on canvas,
16 inches x 20 inches (406 X 508 mm)

2016

525 $

 

 

Fermiere

 


The farm with a silo

oil on canvas,

16 inches x 12 inches (406 X 305 mm)
With frame
24 inches x 20 inches (609 X 508 mm)
Cadre

2015

SOLD

Ferme au silo

 


Farm in EasternTownships

Oil on canvas,
20 inches x 16 inches (508 X 406 mm)
With frame
25 1/2 inches x 22 inches (648 X 559 mm)
Cadre

2017

SOLD

ferme en estrie


Arrivée de la tempête

Oil on canvas
16" X 20"  (508 X 406 mm)

2017

with a gallery frame

Arrivee de la tempete

 


Demoiselles en promenade

Oil on canvas
20" X 20"  (508 X 508 mm)

2017

SOLD

Demoiselles en promenade


Tranquilité

Oil on canvas
24" X 20"  (610X 508 mm)

SOLD

With gallery frame

Tranquilite

 


Vue de la rive

Oil on canvas
20" X 16"  (508X 406 mm)

2018

SOLD

Vue de la rive

 

 


La tempête des corneilles

Acrylique sur canvas
27" X 27"(686 X 686 mm)

SOLD

With a gallery frame

La tempete des corneilles

 


Ferme près de Cookshire

Oil on canvas
12" X 12"

SOLD

With a gallery frame

Ferme pres de Cookshire

 


Grange près de North Hatley

Oil on canvas
16'' X 20"

With a gallery frame

2018

Grange pres de North Hatley


 

Isolée

oil on canvas
11" X 14"  (

2018

With a gallery frame

Isolee


 

La sève

Oil on canvas
16" X 12"

SOLD

With a gallery frame

La seve

 


 

Maison au clocher

Oil on canvas
12" X 12" 

2018

With a gallery frame

Maison au clocher


Chemin vers Bury

Oil on wood panel
24" X 24" 

2019

Chemin vers Bury