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It all started here...
in good company, a beautiful Saturday morning at the hunting camp...
is to promote the works of New Brunswick artists outside our borders.
Originally from Shippagan and having lived most of my life in Quebec, mainly in Montreal, I returned to the Acadian Peninsula for my retirement and decided to get back into watercolor in order to satisfy my great passion.
I have been drawing since I was very young. After high school, I studied for a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Arts. I then moved to Montreal for undergraduate studies, specializing in Art History. Worked in a craft shop during my studies and for a few years. Then I was offered a job as an assistant in the libraries of the City of Montreal, where I finally obtained a permanent job there, and continued at the Bibliothèque du Plateau Mont-Royal until 1998.
I touched on several mediums: batik, engraving, stained glass, calligraphy, mosaic to finally discover watercolor.
I was first initiated by taking watercolor classes with the watercolorist Ming Ma in Montreal. He introduced us to the real magic of watercolour.
I discovered this magic between water and color. Fascinating! I was hooked...it was clear that this is the technique I was choosing. Watercolor definitely became my medium of choice, always accompanied by Indian ink, of course.
Watercolor has always interested me for its luminosity and delicacy. I started doing it in 2003, but it was only in 2004, after my retirement from teaching, that I got into it seriously. In 2005, work in the Far North of Quebec with the Inuit inspired my first collection, and since then I have been painting full time. I draw my inspiration from nature and the activities that fascinate me. In November 2011, I opened my painting studio to the public and in the summer of 2012 I invited a dozen other artists to come and exhibit in the framework of the Shippagan Fisheries and Aquaculture Festival. The activity, a success, was motivating, and I repeated it in 2013 and 2014. Mainly self-taught, I am still indebted to the painters and teachers from here and elsewhere who guided me in my learning.
You can visit my virtual gallery at the following address:
Luce Audet 122, rue Pointe-Brûlée Shippagan (N.-B.) E8S 1Y1