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Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 10 to 7





Amélie Pomerleau
11th of March to the 15th of April 2018

The title ‘’Dérobée” originates from a series of drawings made in the fall of 2012. The artist returned to drawing after several months of recovery from a catastrophic birth. After two major surgeries and anesthesia, she awoke to the irrevocable fact that her daughter was not going to survive this delivery. This event changed her life. The drawings of women with their upturned dresses evoke this feeling of having been brutally handled and robbed. At the time of the surgery, they took away the most precious within her, her child, her daughter.

The whole of this exhibition is composed of paintings and sculptures. The paintings come in different formats and the medium chosen is mixed technique. They testify to her deep compassion for all women who have been robbed of their privacy, dignity, their children, their lives, here and around the world. The dress remains the garment associated with a woman.

It protects her but also exposes her, giving access to her intimacy. The textile of the dress symbolizes the thin walls of the female lair, an intimate and precious place. This place also calls for human and sensitive protection. With the sculptures she explores the life we ​​carry inside. She believes and wants to illustrate the fact that we are made up of everything that exists on earth and even beyond.

Born in Alberta and living in Quebec since she was a teenager, the artist, Amélie Pomerleau from the town of Magog is imbued with the great northern spaces which saw her grow. Her work is contemporary and current. With an abundance of plastics, she seeks to evoke the subtle and contrasting states that describe the human experience. Imprint is a means which she favors. Her background includes extensive studies in arts, including a Bachelor's degree with a major in sculpture at Concordia University and a DEP in stonemasonry, as well as various internships and trainings with renowned professors in Quebec, Italy and France. Her influences include Roman art, statuary art and reliquaries as well as the creations and writings of artist René Derouin.

Opening reception will be held on Sunday the 11th March at 2 p.m.

Current Exhibitions

Masculine rituals and attire

Museum's Collection

Bolduc Collection : Trades of Yesteryear

De pierre, de bois, de bronze

Jean Côté

Chère chair

Paméla Desrosiers

Upcoming Exhibitions

Histoires du temps présent

Gisèle Normandin

Urgence de vivre

Francine Leroux

Fungi voto

Suzanne Richer

Wax Jesus Dolls

Museum's Collection


Facettes humaines

Annie Pettigrew

Moments intimes: les mères

Martine Ménard

Of Trees and Of Humans

Hélène Ploudre

« errance... »

Éric Lajeunesse


Suzanne Pouliot

Le Théâtre du Québec

Sébastien Gaudette


Valérie J. Gosselin

By Mutual Agreement, Brush and Guitar

Mélissa Tardif and Ghisslain Caron


Pierrette Denault, Serge Lavigne, Gérald Quirion

Éclat d'étoffe au charme d'époque

Odile Richer

Coeur des toiles

Isabelle Renaud

Textiles and Sculptures of the Dogon Country, Mali

Vital Song

Frédéric Metthé

The Salon of Local and Regional Artists

Fabrics, Buttons and Patterns... Seamstresses of the Past

Nuns... Life under the Veil

Souvenirs...Souvenirs! Childhood Toys

Quelque part sur la 20

Jean Beaudoin, Jean-François Dupuis et Clemz

Réalités contemplatives

Guy-Anne Massicotte

Entre nous et les autres

Geneviève Dupont-Daigneault

Émotions en effervescence

Ginette Desrochers

Coaticook en lumière noire

Jean Grothé

Histoire pétrifiée

Gaëtan D'Arcy

Émulsion nocturne

Sandra Tremblay

Laberge et la mer

Marlène Laberge

Le clan de l'ours

Zachari Bourassa

Elle est partie! La baseball à son meilleur

Être à bout portant

Nelson Tardif and Claude Majeau


Jean Harris

Impermanence & Illusion

Nathalie Ampleman

Célébrer les nouveau-nés... Trousseaux de baptême

Métiers d'autrefois. La collection Bolduc

Les bébés réalistes de Lucie Corriveau

Lucie Corriveau

Follow the star!...Nativity scenes


Deborah Davis

Les oubliés

Mylène Tardif

Fashion’s Waltz...the Dress Throughout Time

Peuple de lumière

Carole Batrie

Mapping my Roots: Borders and Hidden Territories

Annie Abdalla

Look at my history!

the Frontalière of Coaticook, the Collège Rivier of Coaticook, the Collège Servite from Ayer’s Cliff and the Collège François-Delaplace from Waterville.

The Jewellery Box...A Collection of the Beaulne Museum

Femmes, fleurs et oiseaux

Catherine Lemieux

Fenêtre sur d’autres univers

Salon des artistes locaux

With Coatic'Art

Feral / Ensauvagé

Norman Brooke and Sharon Robinson

Ton local

Jean Michel Correia

Sourires composites

Isabelle Marissal

Le voyage intérieur

Richard Fulham

Micro paysages

Günes-Hélène Isitan

Guess who’s coming to town”...Collections of Santa Clauses

"Guess who's coming to town" ... Collections of Santa Clauses

« Marionnettons »... Amusing puppets

Sandra Tremblay

Mouvement perpétuel

Brigitte Dahan

De la figuration à l'abstraction

Alena Plihal

Nimble fingers. Embroidery, lace, knitting and crochet

Beaulne Museum's collections

Figurations inspirées

Marie Montiel

Strange People


Phials, flasks and bottles...for everyone!

Collection of Michèle Hamelin

Murmure sylvestre

Manon Potvin

Art = Instrument de passage

Taki E'Bwenze

Cosmos-Artists' Personal Voyage

Georigia Priniotakis ( Kalas )

Vision colorée de Coaticook

MICHL ( Michel Boisvert )

Tout ce qui brille n'est pas or

From the artist Adèle Zanni


By the artist Lucie Levasseur

Newton Brookhouse (1849-1917) - Pioneer in Townships Photography

Eastern Townships Resource Centre (ETRC)


Erik Beck

‘Janus’ : Les deux côtés de la tête

Josefina Maranzano

It’s Christmas, let’s decorate the old fashion way!

Le vibrationnisme : du paysage à l’abstraction

François Faucher

Mémoire féminine

Johanne Côté

La dentelle change de visage!

Véronique Louppe

The Community of Coaticook and the World Wars

April 17th 2016 to February 19th 2017

Couleur ou noir et blanc

Ljubomir Ivankovic

Tie your apron!

A collection from the Beaulne Museum

Contes du cœur magique

Barbara Sala

En un instant

Gonza Meza Vargas

The 5th Edition of local and regional artists

Fragment de mémoire

Roger Audibert

Deux petits mondes

Duo Véronic Sévigny and Isabelle Parson

La calligraphie de l'eau

From the artist Madeline Deriaz

Femmes de l'ombre

Patricia David

Trajectoires éparses II

From the artist Sylvie Adams

Under the tree...Vintage toys

Évolution de la conscience


Propos sous influence

Collectif AUTRE


Paméla Desrosiers

La faune ailée et la flore

Jocelyne McCaughan

Hold on to your hat!

Museum's Collection

Mémoires romantiques de Coaticook

Viviane Leblanc

Such memories! Expo67

Renée Larochelle and Ronald Magar

Nature, motifs et textures

Passages : entre figuration et abstraction

William G. Kinnis

Les trois dimensions

Trio of professional photographers


Lisa Baldwin

Impressions sénégalaises

Paul Jolicoeur


Chantal Bonneville

D'Arte facto

Maude Langlois

Trains under the tree…Robert Sheldon Collection

Musique éclatée

Claire Desjardins

Interactions with Nature

Debra Mosher

Blancs nocturnes

Edwin Bourget


Amélie Pomerleau

Autoportrait et autres visions

Léopol Bourjoi

Impressions marines

Yvon Jolivet


Marcel Alarie

Traditions et continuité

Sophie Roy

Le Salon des artistes locaux et régionaux

(6e édition)

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