A selection of the greatest works of the city
Pink Lily on Pads
Oil on wood, 24 x 18 x 2 inches, by Kathryn Gabinet-Kroo
Pale pink water lily and flower buds calmly float among lily pads in a pond. Painted in pink, yellow-orange, yellow, moss green and olive green oil paint on wood panel. Frame: gold floater
La rivière I
acrylique sur toile, 60 x 48 x 1 inches, 2009 by Citrouille
Le thème d’Ophélie m’a toujours fascinée. Inspiré aussi de l’Éphémère, vigile chorégraphique créé dans sa première édition en 2008.
Relief in fiberglass, 22 x 17 x 3 inches, 2016 by Bozena Happach
Wall sculpture in fiberglass with cold bronze finish. Figurative, modern sculpture
bronze sculpture, 11 x 10 x 7 inches, 1986 by Sharon Cheney
Sophia represents the wisdom of the crone that lies within us that time can not erase.
Chant du printemps
Oil and acrylic on paper, mounted on wood panel, 20 x 16 x 2 inches, 2019 by Kathryn Gabinet-Kroo
Brightly coloured birds surround a purple iris, realistically painted on a geometric collage of patterned Japanese papers in aqua, royal blue, violet with highlights of gold. Frame: gold floater
Rosé du Sud Ouest
Oil on canvas, 16 x 36 x 1 inches, 2020 by Sandra Boorne
The Canada Malting complex on the Lachine Canal in Saint-Henri was built in 1904. On the west side there are terra cotta silos. The cement silos on the other side were added in the 1940s, and were used to store barley. The barley was germinated and dried in the buildings that lined Saint-Ambroise Street. The malt produced from this barley was distributed to distilleries and breweries. When the Lachine Canal closed in 1970, the company was able to transport its malt by train only. In the 1980’s the building was abandoned when costs became too high to do so. The site was moved to the Port of Montreal. The building was sold to another company but sadly closed in 1989 when the CN stopped serving the area factories. The ancient terra cotta silos are now protected as part of the Lachine Canal National Historic site. The sheds atop the complex were mysteriously painted this past October, one bright pink, and one an orange-red. This became the talk of the town as residents wondered who would do this?
I am lucky to have the sheds as part of my view from my studio window and so have painted them a few times throughout this past winter. I love how the bright colours in the clear sky stand out and give this building a cheery look! If you look closely, the pink house has green curtains!
photography on 1/4" plexiglass, 30 x 45 inches, 2021 by Burney Lieberman
abstract view of nature
acrylique sur toile, 76 x 91 x 04 cm, 2013 by Daniel Lalonde
Paysage abstrait issu de la série : Territoires imaginaires
Picasso and his Wife
Oil Pastel on Japanese Paper, 11 x 15 x 2 inches, 2021 by Anna Papadakos
Picasso and his Wife is a whimsical and colourful piece. It was inspired by images that stem from films and dreams.
Passage a Niveau de Courcelle
Pigment oil stick on canvas, 24 x 30 x 2 inches, 2020 by Sandra Boorne
This railroad crossing is part of the original railroad built in Montreal to accomodate the growing industries in Saint-Henri during the mid 19th century. It is still a major part of life in the neighborhood 150 years later. In this piece, I have attempted to capture the grittiness of the tracks against nature growing through and of course, the lights and shadows across the neighboring buildings.
Dawn on Five Roses
Pigment oil stick on canvas, 30 x 30 x 2 inches, 2020 by Sandra Boorne
Last September, I painted my first “Five Roses”, and so, I decided to revisit one of my favourite buildings and the iconic sign which welcomes every visitor as they enter Montreal from the South shore. It towers over the Old Port, Old Montreal, and is seen from downtown and the Sud_ouest borough of Griffintown! The sign is now a protected monument and testament to Montreal’s importance in industry in the 1850’s and beyond!
Oil on Canvas, 36 x 48 inches, by Christine Marlow
This piece represents my love of Trees, colour, the beauty of Natures chaotic patterns.
A Rose in the Garden of Wings
Oil and acrylic on paper, mounted on wood panel, 20 x 20 x 2 inches, 2018 by Kathryn Gabinet-Kroo
Brightly coloured birds surround a dewy pink rose. Realistically painted in oil on a collage of patterned Japanese papers in lime green, forest green, deep pink, beige and brick red. Metallic gold highlights. Frame: gold floater
bronze sculpture, 10 x 5 x 3 inches, 1988 by Sharon Cheney
Represents the spirit in man that is free to roam and explore.
Acrylic, 30 x 40 inches, 2018 by Margaret Lipsey
The image captures the essence of a woman, her presence, and the attributes that we admire. The piece exude confidence, kindness, poise, elegance, and pride. From my Women of Strength Collection
Summer’s Last Call
Oil on Canvas, 24 x 36 inches, 2020 by Christine Marlow
The light and patterns of the trees in late summer
bronze, 28 x 18 x 11 cm, 2020 by Bozena Happach
I love to observe children playing hide-and-seek. They look happy and this is what I hope viewers will feel watching my sculpture. It is bronze sculpture on slate.
photography on - 1/4"plexiglass, 24 x 36 inches, 2020 by Burney Lieberman
waterscape with a powerful sunset
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Bog River Square Dance
Oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches, 2014 by Kathryn Gabinet-Kroo
Seen from my canoe, white water lilies and green lily pads float on the river, which reflects a blue sky and white clouds. Painted in oil in tones of blue, turquoise, pale grey, lavender, moss green.
Studio de Rodin
Écoline sur papier fait main par l'artiste, à partir de canne à sucre et carton., 11 x 12 inches, by Anne-Julie Hynes
Émue par une magnifique exposition de Rodin au Musée des Beaux-Arts du Québec, je suis retournée au studio et j’ai fait une série de dessin et peinture en hommage à Rodin. Les dessins ont été créés sur du papier que j’ai fait à partir de canne à sucre et carton ondulé. Le résultat est un papier très original et délicat.
purple and pink
photography on 1/4" plexiglass, 25 x 40 inches, 2021 by Burney Lieberman
Abstract view of reflections. It may be inanimate, but it still has life.
bronze sculpture, 9 x 4 x 4 inches, 1987 by Sharon Cheney
Inwardly focused, she sits peacefully contemplating what is to come in life.
photography on - 1/4"plexiglass, 24 x 36 inches, by Burney Lieberman
Old Montreal. Colorful rendition. Bordering the Port de Montreal.
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La Fée des dents
acrylique sur toile, 60 x 48 x 1 inches, 2009 by Geneviève Lechasseur
Ma fille m’a expliqué que la fée des dents se promenait en camion car elle avait beaucoup de dents à ramasser chaque nuit.
Acrylique, 48 x 60 x 1 inches, 2009 by Citrouille
Exploration de personnage pour une chorégraphie.
Another Red Chair
Oil, 50 x 35 inches, 2018 by Dorothy Grostern
This work is about familiar objects evoking powerful and restorative emotions. Framed.
” Shades of Blue “
Acrylic painting and gold-leaf on paper, 48 x 35 inches, 2020 by Monika Patel
I have used strong geometric shapes, arches, bold and vibrant color pallet, creating an abstract-geometric art work. Incorporating gold-leaf elevates the vision of painting making is more richer aesthetically. This genera of an art is very suited if you have then in your work place or in you modern style living area. The work is basically painted on paper to avoiding tiny pixels of canvas to have smooth surface. And later attached on canvas for a good support or can be frame as per preferences.
Acrylique sur carton glacé, 70 x 55 cm, 2020 by Michel Boisvert
Les oeuvres personnages font partie du livre “Recherche en arts visuels” ISBN: 9781034814689
Vous pouvez vous procurer le livre à partir du 1er mai 2021 à l’adresse suivante: https://www.blurb.ca/b/10684868-recherche-en-arts-visuels
Huile sur toile, 24 x 30 x 2 inches, 2021 by Daniel Asselin
Ce sentier que j’ai marché pas à pas. Ce sentier sur lequel j’ai du tassé les pierres pour avancer. Ce sentier avec ces pente abrupte qui mon ralentie. Ce sentier qui après plusieurs effort mon amené a mieux m’écouter pour mieux écouter son chant.
One Lily on Osgood Pond
acrylic on fabric, mounted on wood panel, 16 x 16 x 2 inches, 2013 by Kathryn Gabinet-Kroo
Seen from my canoe: a single white water lily floats near marsh grasses and lily pads. Deep purple, lavender, green, yellow-green, rust-brown acrylic paint on fabric laminated to wood panel. (Edges can be finished in the colour of your choice)
Notre-Dame et Greene
Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 x 1 inches, 2020 by Sandra Boorne
As many of you already know, my studio is situated in Saint-Henri. It was therefore the obvious start for my series of paintings of my city. I couldn’t paint this area without including this street corner, a Montreal icon. The emblematic Restaurant Greenspot, which opened in 1947 – a ‘spot’ in the St-Henri area.The original Greenspot was on the corner of Greene and Notre-Dame Ouest, and in 1989, moved across the street, yet still retained its authentic charm. Greenspot is a true neighborhood landmark
and so called because it’s at the corner of Greene and Notre-Dame so as the saying goes … “green marks the spot”
oil on canvas, 22 x 28 x 1 inches, 2019 by Lily
Oil on canvas;Landscape painting;Oil colour painting on canvas; Beautiful and romantic sunshine rises in cold winter where deers pass through fir trees. Instagram: @lilypaintings
Notre-Dame et Delinelle
Oil on canvas, 15 x 30 x 1 inches, 2020 by Sandra Boorne
Today, I thought I would take you along on a noontime walk around my studio in St-Henri. From Saint-Ambroise and up de Courcelles toward Notre-Dame. In the near distance the shade trees bordering this historic street beckon me to cool down from the blistering sun. Stop, look, and be inspired….and so this rendition of Notre-Dame and Delinelle on a blistering summer day.