The Art of Marlene Munroe de Montigny Retrospective of an Artist's Journey
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Marlene Munroe de Montigny
Born in New Brunswick and raised in New Brunswick and Québec City.
She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts
degree from the Université du Québec before going on to study at the Center for
Advanced Visual Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in
Cambridge, Massachusetts (M.I.T.).
She taught at the Fine Arts faculty of the
Université du Québec. In 1993, Amnesty International chose one of her paintings
for their poster. This honour was the subject of international television and
Her paintings have been exhibited in Montréal,
Québec City, and Trois-Rivières, Québec, Boca Raton, Palm Beach and Vence,
France. Marlene has had two solo museum shows in Québec, Canada.
Marlene is now living and painting in
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, where she is inspired by the beauty of the parks and gardens.
Member of CARFAC
"Of the thousands of artists with whom
I am acquainted, Ms. Munroe stands out for her great sensitive, originality and
personal style. Moreover, there is in her work an authenticity that delicately
weaves together emotions and communication, using a highly articulate plastic
language, where dealing with what is probably her favourite theme, the human
figure, or with landscapes and still life."
Dr. Guy Robert, International art critic
and Ph.D from the Sorbonne, University of Paris
It is an immense honor to curate - A
RETROSPECTIVE OF AN ARTIST'S JOURNEY - for Marlene Munroe de Montigny. She is a
master painter who paints with integrity, passion and compassion. She is
influenced by human emotion, events and communication, her paintings are unique
stories crafted with superior talent for detail.
Katherine Jeans, Curator/Content Creator
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