From November 1 to December 2, 2018

Daniel Lalonde

Territoires imaginaires

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Daniel Lalonde

Territoires imaginaires

Daniel Lalonde

Territoires imaginaires

Paintings

Opening
Sunday, November 4 from 2 pm to 4 pm

This series of paintings called Territoires imaginaires presents parcels of imaginary and unrealistic landscapes. For the past few years, nature is the main source of inspiration for Daniel Lalonde. The distorted or the deconstructed pictorial structures encourage us to reflect on the existence of these imaginary places. The abstract imagery suggests earthly, aquatic or northern elements. Territoires imaginaires also allows introspection in the complex universe of human nature, the horizon being a lifeline and the movements around it suggesting the interior turmoil in every human being.

Daniel Lalonde who lives and works in Montreal holds a master in Sociology and a certificate in Visual Arts at UQAM. He also studied jewelry at Saydie Bronfman Centre, painting with Seymour Segal and Carol Bernier, and workshops in collagraphy at L’atelier Circulaire in Montréal. For the past fifteen years his interest is in visual arts and more specifically in painting. Acrylic is his favorite medium and textures his fascination. He participated in twenty individual and collective exhibits in Québec.

The Gallery is open Thursday to Sunday, from 1 pm to 5 pm.