Fascinating dolls at Beaulne
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 «
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