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Figurative art "Voisinage". 

Quebec artist painter: Sir Roy. 

2024, Montreal, Quebec


Theme : houses, colored house, contemporary art, modern, luminous, abstract, semi-abstract, symbolism.

Style: figurative, semi-abstract, symbolic

Original size : 30 x 15 inches / 76.2 x 38.1 cm.

Reproduction size: 30 x 15 inches / 76.2 x 38.1 cm.

Technique: Acrylic, gel with sand, roller and metal tip for engraving on wet acrylic.

Dominant colors: blue, orange


Hanging system included:

Floating frame  


Artist's interpretation of the work:

A procession of colorful houses unfolds in a setting that is both dark and bright. The image evokes a strange, silent parade, suggesting life in this mysterious neighborhood. An intriguing scene, from which emanates a fascinating, bewitching atmosphere.

Voisinage - Sir Roy

  • Sir Roy invites you into her universe, a place of discovery and visual curiosity.

    The artist doesn't impose her emotions on you; her aim is to give you the opportunity to explore your own through her work. It's your eyes that matter. For her, the escape from the rigors of everyday life comes through creation. It means choosing to have fun, to laugh, to let go, without worrying about being perfect or following rigid aesthetic standards.

    Texture plays a key role in her approach. Inspiration emerges from both nature and the urban environment. Using a variety of materials helps her to compose new, spontaneous visual experiences. One of her favorite techniques is to superimpose colors and then scrape them off while still wet. This reveals underlying layers, adding unexpected elements to her canvases.

    Houses are at the heart of her work. Her series of "Houses on Wheels", a powerful and playful symbolic subject, is the artist's trademark. She makes them live, evolve and transform, integrating them harmoniously into abstract compositions. They fascinate, and in fact, she naturally sees in them the analogy of a human being, with personality, strengths or weaknesses.

*Colors may vary from one screen to another.

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