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Paule Lévesque

Painter, sculptor and designer, Paule Lévesque has participated in more than 25 solo and duo exhibitions and more than 100 collective exhibitions. After studying in art in Montreal, she was for three years a scholarship recipient from both the
Quebec and Canadian governments, to study at the prestigious Saint-Martin’s College of Art in London, England and then at the Allgemeine Gewerbeschule in Basel, Switzerland, well known for teaching based on the famous Bauhaus movement theories. Later, she returns to Canada to work at the National Film
Board in Montreal and then for Radio-Canada/CBC also in Montreal. Her works as a designer is now part of the Cinémathèque Québécoise archives (Animated films) and also the Radio-Canada archives. For the last 20 years, she devotes herself totally to her personal art. Her works have traveled to Europe, to the United States, in Québec and in Ontario and are part of many public and private collections and many have received awards.


In each of her works, Paule Lévesque looks for spontaneity and the significant feature, connecting to her intuition and her imagination. She gives much importance to color harmony and the visual impact while striving for a strong and
harmonious graphic composition. It is an endless voyage to discover new pictorial possibilities and to connect her
unconscious to this imaginative world that never ceases to surprise and delighther. Her ultimate goal is to create strong, original and visually interesting works
that will seduce, touch and question the spectator.

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