Tag: Galerie de Bellefeuille

Quick Hits: Shaun Downey

Shaun Downey’s works have elements of decades past, but are firmly grounded in present day. He often paints his wife and friends and – as Galerie de Bellefeuille puts it – “we are allowed a voyeuristic glance into his world as he reveals his efforts to capture the […]

Chaki: Imagined Landscapes

Yehouda Chaki presents works that are a believable reality yet entirely of his own making. Chaki’s sought-after oil paintings have been described as “a collision of the outside world with the artist’s innermost visceral perceptions.” The Montreal-based painter combines forceful lines with an emotion-driven sense of colour, as […]

Mark Lang: Paintings as Props

Mark Lang’s paintings play on the history of art, using paintings as integral props. “The onlooker has a special sense that the museum gallery site is itself the spectacle and we are all just players on this stage,” says critic John K. Grande. There is art in Lang’s […]