Following a big success with the first edition of their exhibit “Deux petits mondes” the artists Isabelle Parson and Véronic Sévigny decided to repeat this event. “Deux petits mondes” is about the two artists’ latest creations. Véronic presents a selection of canvas mostly created of mixed techniques. You will see paintings from her solo exhibits « Le rêve est un oiseau » and « Rêver en couleurs » as well as her latest creations inspired by imaginary worlds. Isabelle chose to exhibit varied creations from her own unique artistic universe. She unveils the multiples facets of her talent and her particular interest for exploration, history and human nature.
Charmed by Coaticook and its surroundings, the artists saw the Beaulne Museum as the perfect place to exhibit their artistic universe.
Véronic Sévigny comes from Abitibi and lived there throughout her youth. She obtained her college degree in plastic Arts in Rouyn-Noranda in 1997. In 2006, she moved to Vaudreuil-Dorion in Montérégie. Since then, she presented many solos and participated in multiple group exhibits. She has received many bursaries during the last few years, one in professionalization which helped her with her first solo in Montreal. Véronic is a professional painter whose work can be seen in many different regions in Quebec, and now, for the very first time, in the Eastern Townships.
Isabelle Parson is a multidisciplinary artist who originates from Pointe-Fortune, a small village near the river of Outaouais. Her studies in plastic arts, in graphic design and in interactive Medias have empowered towards photography, painting and drawing. Throughout her career, the young woman was awarded several scholarships, among many, one from Technicolor, the MRC of Vaudreuil-Soulanges and by the Ministry of Culture and Communications. In 2015, Isabelle is recognized for an activity in cultural mediation made possible by the Norampac enterprise, a division of Cascades.
The grand opening will be held on Sunday the 11th of September at 2 p.m.