NICOLE ST-PIERRE

CLICK ON IMAGE FOR LARGER VIEW

      SOLD WORKS (PARTIAL ARCHIVE)

Via Liberty
Via Liberty

60x30in - Acrylic - SOLD

Une Belle Journee
Une Belle Journee

12x12in - Acrylic - SOLD

Trio
Trio

40x60in - Acrylic - SOLD

Tournesols
Tournesols

15x15in - Acrylic - SOLD

Woman in the Boat
Woman in the Boat

20x30in - Acrylic - SOLD

La Sentinelle
La Sentinelle

24x48in - Acrylic - SOLD

Un Vaux Mieux que Deux tu l'auras
Un Vaux Mieux que Deux tu l'auras

48x48in - Acrylic - SOLD

Nico et ses Amis
Nico et ses Amis

20x20in - Acrylic - SOLD

Sérénade pour Jack
Sérénade pour Jack

36x60in - Acrylic - SOLD

Nature Morte au Poissons
Nature Morte au Poissons

20x20in - Acrylic - SOLD

Nue aux Tulipes
Nue aux Tulipes

40x40in - Acrylic - SOLD

Le Zébré
Le Zébré

40x40in - Mixed Media - SOLD

Frida
Frida

10x8in - Acrylic - SOLD

Clare de Lune
Clare de Lune

20x20in - Acrylic - SOLD

Fish and Autumn Flowers
Fish and Autumn Flowers

36x36in - Mixed Media - SOLD

Bouquet Printanier
Bouquet Printanier

16x16in - Acrylic - SOLD

Au Claire de la Lune
Au Claire de la Lune
Buddy
Buddy

48x48in - Acrylic - SOLD

Le Renard Rouge
Le Renard Rouge

36x48in - Acrylic - SOLD

Fish and Lemon
Fish and Lemon

28x22in - Acrylic - SOLD

 

NICOLE ST-PIERRE

Nicole St-Pierre was born in Montreal in 1953. A self-taught artist, she has been painting for more than 27 years. Nicole St-Pierre has a long list of shows to her credit located in a variety of places including Quebec, Ontario and the U.S.A. Nicole draws her inspiration from everyday life – from the people, plants, animals and objects around her. She profoundly likes animals because her relationship with them is always simple, clear and true. She likes to paint them because they allow her to say things that normally she couldn’t, thanks to their inherent symbolism.

Nicole states, “My life is painting and I put everything into it – my preoccupations, my tastes, everything gets poured into my work”. As a result, her paintings are well thought out and never stale. They are distinguished by the use of carefully chosen symbolic elements used in a spontaneous and dynamic, sometime humorous manner. Her work is characterized by the use of vibrant color, a geometric cast to composition and the unexpected associations of motives, as well as a flattened sense of perspective, which recalls Picasso or Matisse, two of her greatest influences. She admires Picasso’s strength and genius. Nicole St-Pierre’s paintings are part of private collections throughout the world.