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Floral art ''Pierres précieuses du jardin''.

Artist: Louise Moreau.

Gatineau, 2017.


Techniques used: Oil on gallery canvas


Theme: gardening, beauty, fantasy, emotions, fleurs, impressionism, modern, contemporary.


Style : floral art

Format original work: 20 x 16 inches / 50.8 x 40.6 cm.

Reproduction format: 10 x 8 inch / 25.4 x 20.3 cm et 20 x 16 inch / 50.8 x 40.6 cm.


Dominant colors: blue, sienna, green


Hanging system included:

Floating frame


Interpretation of the work by the artist:

My garden is a haven of flowers. Each has its own unique color, shape and fragrance. Each hour, they present themselves a little differently. In the early morning, they are full of dew, heavier and more fragrant; at nightfall, that's where the whitenessof these rosesis the most remarkable; bluish and even golden shadows appear and the white flowers then are precious stones which seem to float.


The flowers,so delicate, have a resilience that amazes me. Like us, they experience difficult winters and often long springs, and yet they manage to move us in the summer.


My garden is an inexhaustible source of inspiration and wonder. This painting deserved a second prize from the Ottawa Art Association during a collective exhibition.

Pierres précieuses du jardin - Louise Moreau

PriceFrom C$174.00
  • Louise likes to use oil paint for its softness and the transparencies it allows to achieve. She likes to give the canvas time to reveal itself, as this sometimes brings out new forms, little jewels as the work progresses.


    The artist has begun to tame the acrylic and discovered beautiful virtues, for example, the brightness of its colors. "Painting is like writing your biography." Each painting is like a page in his own book. The future will reveal the page that will be chosen and loved. Each canvas allows to print a moment, to live it, to seal it. Each canvas forces one to refocus and translate a feeling, an emotion through color and gesture. This abandonment of gesture liberates and leads to new paths.


    Louise knows that time cannot be stopped, but when she paints, it stops there, at that precise moment. Her approach is to awaken wonder, harmony and emotion.


    In fact, "to seek beauty in art is to see the beauty of life!"

*Colors may vary from one screen to another.

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