“Secret Places” at Beaulne
The Beaulne Museum in Coaticook is pleased to present the exhibition «Secret Places» , held by painter artist Anik Dubaere, from 23 January to 27 February 2011. The opening will take place Sunday, 23 January 2011 at 2 p.m. The public is cordially invited.
Originating from Pincourt, Quebec, Anik Dubaere has always had an attraction to the arts. She played the accordion and danced classical ballet for ten years. As for drawing, she was often told that she had inherited the artistic talent from her paternal grandmother. As a teenager, she participated in several art workshops at Brault and Bouthillier in Montreal. A creative passion was born. She then explored oil and pastel after finishing College in Sherbrooke.
Through her colorful watercolors, Anik Dubaere hopes to transport people elsewhere or to evoke positive emotionall memories in context with her new show “Secret Places.” Above all, she enjoys creating pastoral scenes of bright and cheerful colors to bring happiness into the lives of art lovers. In her current artistic creations, she wants to put forth the “hidden” beauties of our Quebec landscape. Often, we do not take the time to observe or notice the places and landscapes that surround us. Using the landscapes and architecture that have inspired her during her many escapades, she wants to try to bring visitors to stop a moment to realize their rich heritage.
Information: 819 849 6560
Anik Dubaere creates colourful watercolours of pastoral scenes.