At Beaulne Museum
The Beaulne Museum of Coaticook is pleased to present the exhibit: “Le vibrationnisme : du paysage à l’abstraction » from the artist François Faucher from the 31st of January 2016 to the 20th of March 2016. The grand opening will be held on Sunday the 31st of January at 2pm. The public and the press are cordially invited.
In order to celebrate his career of 40 years, François Faucher chose to present a retrospective of his creations which relate to « vibrationnisme » (vibrations) and its evolution. Each canvas describes the progress of this style and is accompanied by a descriptive text on Styrofoam. The themes presented vary from sceneries to abstraction. After a journey punctuated by milestones, his paintings are now richer, brighter and warmer in colors. This exhibit comprises about twenty of his creations. François Faucher was born in Thetford Mines in 1959. In 1983 he created a very particular style which he named «Vibrationnisme ». This artist presented many solos as well as collective exhibits in seven countries. His creations are part of several corporate, public and private collections including those of Elton John and Billy Joel. François Faucher exhibited his work in seven Canadian Museums. Two books were dedicated to this international renowned artist.
Vibrant bright colors burst forth in "vibrationnist” artist François Faucher’s work, exhibited at the Beaulne Museum in Coaticook starting January 31.