MARTINE OUELLET

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MARTINE OUELLET

Martine Ouellet was born in Quebec and she began to paint at an early age. She is greatly inspired by the old French Canadian Masters such as Suzor Côté, Henry Julien and Ozias Leduc. Ouellet tries to pass on a bit of her cultural heritage; vast horizons, and simple pleasures. She finds a tremendous source of inspiration in the simple beauty of everyday life. Ouellet is especially captivated by subjects evoking personal experience, feelings, and memories which collectively can generate powerful fiction. Lighting is one of the most important aspect of her paintings, and she tries as much as possible to work from live models or settings, using natural light to create ambient moods. She favours a naturalist approach in order to capture all the nuances, values and hues and paints in a loose manner to suggest dynamism. ‘’I like mute colours, soft edges and elegance.’’

 
Fifty and a Wooden Trout
8x10in - Oil - SOLD
Tableau de Chasse
20x24in - Oil - SOLD
Self-Portrait
20x16in - Oil - SOLD
The Little Cowboy
10x8in - Oil - SOLD
Die Eroberung
20x16in - Oil - SOLD
Out of the Hunting Bag
16x20in - Oil - SOLD
The Fishing Experience
10x8in - Oil - SOLD
Mouchette
16x10in - Oil - SOLD
Emilie
10x8in - Oil - SOLD
Beatrice
9x12in - Oil - SOLD
Lord Ruthven
9.5x11in - Oil - SOLD
Achilles
20x12in - Oil - SOLD
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