Therese Boisclair

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Towards the wood, 2009 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 20"X24"
Green light, 2010 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 36" X 24
Open Skies, 2009 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 28" X 36" © Yes
Spring Current, 2011 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 36" X 12" © Yes
Infinity, 2010 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 30" X 24"
Green Sea, 2011 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 36" X 24"
Wild Rose, 2010 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 24" X 30" © Yes
Rapid Water, 2011 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 40" X 16" © .
Rapid Water, 2011 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 40" X 16" © ,
Spring Colours, 2010 Acrylic On Tissue Paper 49" X 24" © Boisclair Artwork
Quick Facts

Native of Cap de la Madeleine, (Quebec, Canada). Thérèse Boisclair is a resident of Ottawa (Ontario, Canada) since 1980. She studied communications and photography. She spent a number of years searching for the “right medium” to explore her artistic abilities. Thérèse discovered watercolor and used it as a mean of expression for over 18 years. She then started to experiment with acrylics and tissue paper as well as other exotic paper. For the last three years, she is painting with acrylics directly on tissue paper using all the watercolor techniques she learned over the years. Water is her main tool and she still exploring its unlimited possibilities.

Her inspiration is the emotion of the moment. It is what will influence the colors she will lie on paper. Her brush is the water guided by her imagination. From the delicate tissue paper, the movement of water and colors, bright and fluid landscapes emerge. Therese Boisclair creates paintings that depict unique atmosphere and evoke abstract landscapes that inspire us in the meander of our own imagination.

 Thérèse has won many awards and has exhibited in Europe, United States and Canada.

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