“Se­cret Places” at Beaulne

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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

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Anik Dubaere cre­ates colour­ful wa­ter­colours of pas­toral scenes.

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