Born and raised in Hearst, a small French-speaking town in northern Ontario, she embraces her upbringing dearly and feels it has a significant influence on her identity. Her love for fine arts grew on her as she began undergrad studies in public communications at Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). Painting began as a therapeutic medium, but it quickly became a passion.
An abstract expressionist painter, she favours both her intuition and a colour superposition technique to create paintings filled with positive energy. The music she selects during her creative process is nostalgic and melancholic. Low-frequency music allows her to transform profound emotions into something beautiful and inspiring.
Vé has had early success in her career as an emerging artist. Her paintings have been featured on “Hubert et Fanny,” a Radio- Canada TV sitcom and publications such as Le Soleil (Québec, QC), Radio-Canada (Montréal, QC) and featured in House and Garden (United Kingdom: The Art Edit (February 2018). Vé Boisvert’s artwork has been collected in Eastern Canada, England and the United States.
Step into the world of Peter Wyse, an artist who brings to life the magical relationship between nature and the human imagination with every brush stroke. In his latest masterpiece, we witness Wyse's use of vibrant colours and lively wildlife, which showcases his mastery of whimsical artistry. Let's discover the detailed techniques and heartfelt inspirations behind his latest collection, which celebrates the joy of creation and the profound tranquility of the natural world.
Coffey's latest oeuvre is a vibrant continuation of his exploration of Canada's diverse landscapes. Works such as Breeze, Harvest Dance,andCat Tails (Tales), delve into the artist's intimate relationship with the plains and skies, narrating the untold stories of the land. His immersive style captures more than the essence of each scene; it brings to life the unique story embedded in every brushstroke.