Fas­ci­nat­ing dolls at Beaulne

Stanstead Journal - - FORUM - Coat­i­cook

The» by the artist Lu­cie Cor­riveau, from the 27th of Novem­ber 2013 to the 19th of Jan­uary 2014. The grand open­ing will be held on the 8th of De­cem­ber at 2pm.

Beaulne Mu­seum of Coat­i­cook is proud to present the exhibit «

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The pub­lic and the press are cor­dially in­vited.

In­stantly fas­ci­nated by what she saw on tele­vi­sion re­gard­ing the art of cre­at­ing re­al­is­tic in­fants, Lu­cie Cor­riveau de­cided to un­der­take this project. Each mo­ment spent in her work­shop is an im­mense plea­sure and a con­stant chal­lenge in craft­ing each doll to look al­most life­like. The least de­tails are im­por­tant such as the size, the length, the weight, the hair (which are put in on by one), the eye­lashes, the eyes, the sex,

cre­ates the most life­like of dolls, soon on dis­play at the Beaulne Mu­seum. the colors and shades of the skin, the small beauty mark, the pink­ish hue of a baby, noth­ing is left out in or­der to give them life, or at least on the face of things. Quote: “If you give me a pho­to­graph of a baby, show­ing all his char­ac­ter­is­tics, I am able to recre­ate him just like an artist would on a can­vas”.

Lu­cie Cor­riveau comes from As­bestos but grew up in Wot­ton. Her in­ter­est in

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