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Figurative art "La valse". Reproduction of a very realistic tree painting

Artist : Chantal Bourque.

2022, Vaudreuil-Dorion.


Theme: Nature, Tree, Landscape, Forest, Scene of life, Botanical, Organic, Season, Zen, Calm, Relaxation, Wood, Bark, Leaves, Season, Contemporary, Environment, Fall, Cottage, Decoration, Colors, Leaf, Birch


Style: Acrylic paint and mixed media.

Original size: 20 x 30 inches / 50,8 x 76,2 cm.

Reproduction size: 10 x 15 inches / 25,4 x 38,1 cm, 20 x 30 inches / 50,8 x 76,2 cm.

Dominant colors: Green, Brown, Orange, Beige, White, Yellow


Hanging system included:

Floating frame


Artist's interpretation of the work:

This creation was inspired by a photograph I took in Quebec City, specifically on the Plains of Abraham. The month of October had just begun, and the leafy trees were wearing their best clothes, all dressed in red, orange and yellow.


These bright and flamboyant colors brightened up the landscape, inevitably attracting the eye to all these magnificent trees.


One of them particularly caught my attention, and this for very different reasons. Its foliage being still mostly green, I was rather attracted by its trunk, which was very spectacular. The contrast between the black and the white of its bark drew organic and artistic forms, which seemed to waltz together.


They intertwined harmoniously, the delicate black spots swirling gracefully in the white spaces of the trunk of this beautiful birch. Lulled by a light breeze, its foliage produced a soft melody, which seemed to give rhythm to this majestic dance.



La valse - Chantal Bourque

PriceFrom C$210.00
  • Through her realism style paintings, Chantal is guided by the way colors, shapes and light interact in harmony with nature. Her approach is meticulous, her brush strokes are precise and delicate. Her artistic technique is constantly evolving and it is with the exploration of different mixed media that she gradually abandons oil painting, in order to devote herself for several years only to acrylic. With time, Chantal adds more and more textures to the trunks she paints, and now integrates real pieces of bark, which become the common thread in all her works.


    Her work is above all a tribute to trees. Through her paintings, this artist is constantly looking for a way to express the feelings that they give off for her: resilience, strength, rootedness, originality, hope, singularity, mystery, well-being and impermanence.


    Through her work, Chantal hopes to encourage people to live in connection with nature, and also to respect it. An awareness that the human being is partly interrelated to this grandiose nature, which can bring us so many benefits.

*Colors may vary from one screen to another.

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