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Joyce Fournier

Looking Back, 2011

Painting : oil 14 x 11 x 1 inch

$700

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Joyce Fournier, Looking Back

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

'Looking Back' is a mood portrait of a young woman deep in thought. One of only a few remaining figurative works available from the artist's figurative painting years of 2000 - 2016, this piece evokes serenity and nostalgia with the elegance of the vintage brocade settee. The work is unframed and features green, beige, and deep rose. The model is reliving something in her past. Her environment is quiet and still and she appears to be alone. But is she lonely...? The work has been painted with professional oil paints and varnished with Gamblin Gamar for protection. It is unframed and ready to hang with a wire attached. The painting is continued as it wraps around the sides of the stretcher (no frame is required) The painting, signed on the front and back, will be sent with a certificate of authenticity. Please Note: - The in situ images are for display purposes only to show the work in different interiors and/or with suggested frames if desired. Please refer to the exact size of the work provided in the description. -Any duties or taxes required at the shipping destination are the responsibility of the purchaser. Thank you for your understanding.
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Professional art gallery • Toronto, Canada

Artsper seller since 2019

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Dimensions cm inch
14 x 11 x 1 inch
Framing
Not framed
Type
Unique work
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Hand-signed by artist

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Joyce Fournier

Joyce Fournier

Canada • Born in: 1958

Sculptors Artists

Painters

Canadian artists

Born in Montreal, Quebec, Joyce is an internationally collected Multidisciplinary Painter and Sculptor living and working in Toronto.

While her main focus is Abstract Expressionist painting, she also has a passion for sculpting and drawing the human form for which she was academically trained.

Over the last twelve years Joyce has exhibited in solo and group shows within Canada and internationally. Featured on several occasions in American Art Collector magazine since 2009, her work is found in private and public collections in Canada, the USA, and Europe.

STATEMENT

"My paintings are Abstract Expressionist and entirely conceptual. They are bold and passionate created with conviction in response to a specific emotion or state of being. Working medium to large in size I start by randomly applying heavy bodied- Gesso to the canvas to create a geometric design. I then use this design as a template for acrylic paint application. I rarely use colour directly from the tube and prefer instead to mix my own. I feel this lends intimacy to the work. Using large brushes and / or palette knives I allow some paint to drip while scraping out various areas to reveal the under painting. My goal is to say as much as possible without having a big discussion. I want people to see what uniquely speaks to them, depending on their own situation. People see different things in my work. Movement, Colour, and Passion are words I often hear people use when they speak about my work. I have been most influenced by the great Abstract Expressionists of post World War II America. Specifically, I feel my work most resembles what one would see if Robert Motherwell, Franz Kline and Hans Hofmann had collaborated to paint something together."

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