Élisa Roy is an emerging artist from Sherbrooke who combines feminist themes (maternity, androgyny, identity, dogma, roles, innocence, etc.) with an organic, gestural and emotional graphic process. From a personal point of view, she paints her muses in evocative portraits of different women, all beautiful with their differences and their strengths.
In the exhibition SENSES, Élisa's muses are highlighted with censorship on certain aspects of their faces. The purpose of this is to illustrate the numbness of the senses brought by the use of technology and the media cacophony. The beauty presented in portraits as an Instagram page culminates when the voyeur realizes that eyes are on him.
The exhibition is built on the basis of two-dimensional paintings, using acrylic as the primary medium. All of her creations are done on gallery canvas, without the use of a frame. Presented as a unique and independent portrait, each piece exhales its own story and its associated analysis.
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**GRAND OPENING ON FEBRUARY 2nd, 2020 at 2 pm**