The artists

Jacques Lisée

Jacques Lisée  IAF, AIBAQ

sculptor and painter



Jacques Lisee


Born in Fontainebleau, near Weedon (Quebec, Canada), Jacques Lisée lives in Thetford Mines since 1955. It was in this small town that he first became interested in wood carving. A self-taught painter and sculptor, he has earned his living with his art for the past 44 years. He has pursued his artistic endeavor with a talent and originality that both surprises and seduces. The elderly with endearing physiognomy, earthy characters, caricatural scenes, images cleverly distorted. He has an eye for detail while managing to maintain a thematic unity that gives a unique style to each of one of his pieces. The artist has deftly presented, in a new light, life in the countryside, farm animals, domestic work and scenes of everyday life which, through his humor and inspiration have been transformed into a vast, constantly renewed fresco of daily life. The artist is constantly seeking new mediums to express his talent ...






Village Sleigh II

Acrylic on wood sculpture

12 in x 15 in.

(310 X 380 mm)

Inventory No : 2016212


Village et barlot 2 web


The Choir 

Acrylic on carved wood
12 in. x 24 in.
(310 X 610 mm)

Inventory No : 2016213



La chorale web


Making Hay

Acrylic on wood sculpture
10 in. x 25 inches
(250 X 630 mm)
Inventory No : 2016206 

Les foins web


Acrylic on carved wood
12 in. x 20 in.
(310 X 510 mm) 
Inventory No : 2016208




Les labours web


A Charming Church

Acrylic on wood sculpture
12 in. x 21 in.
(310 X 530 mm)

Inventory No : 2016207



Une glise qui a du charme web

Golden chickens

Acrylic on wood sculpture
14 in. x 18 in.
(350 X 450 mm)


Inventory No : 2016209



des poules en or



Raphaël Zweidler

Raphaël Zweidler



Raphael Zweidler


Raphael Ivo Zweidler , born in 1975, is an artist who has traveled a singular path. Multidisciplinary (construction, sculpture, painting and furniture) his daring creates an unregulated universe. His driven interest in construction lead him to study architecture where art and materials converge. "I remember drawing, but painting removed me from reality, where the unexpected is provoked. An inexplicable flood of ideas overwhelms me. Leave it up to infinity, to the unexpected, to wonder and finally to exploration. The colors emerge and capture the atmosphere, the shapes are expressed in the moment. The fluid exchange between my perception and my experiences have inspired me and led to a spontaneous and intuitive impulse, reflected in the strength and the essence of my work. A deep desire to disregard rigor, precision and problem solving have allowed me to find freedom and simplicity in my strokes"



London calling

Oil on mdf,
36 inches x 36 inches
(914 X 914 mm)


Inventory No : 2016300


London Calling


Some call it jazz

Oil on mdf,
6 inches x 12 inches
( 152 X 305 mm)


Inventory No : 2016301




Some call it jazz


The path is gold

Oil on mdf, 
7 inches x 14 inches
(178 x 356 mm)


Inventory No : 2016302

400 $

path is gold

From somewhere I know

Oil on mdf, 
24 inches x 24 inches
(610 x 610 mm)


Inventory No : 2016303

700 $

From somewhere I know

Midnight over years

Oil on mdf, 
42 inches x 48 inches
(1067 x 1067 mm)


Inventory No : 2016304

1260 $

midnight over years


Wake of the flood

Oil on mdf, 
21 inches x 24 inches
(740 x 610 mm)


Inventory No : 2016305

740 $

wake of the flood



In the beginning

Oil on mdf, 
42 inches x 42 inches
(740 x 610 mm)


Inventory No : 2016314

980 $

In the beginning web



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