Exhibitions | “A Celebration”

Green house 2001 ac 30x36 web

Claude A. Simard R.C.A. - “A Celebration”

April 21st to 27th, 2018

Please join us for an exhibition of works by Claude A. Simard from private collections.
An opening reception with members of the artist's family in attendance will be held
Saturday, April 21, 2018
11am - 4pm

About The Artist
Untitled Document

Claude A. Simard was born and spent his youth in Quebec City.

After graduating from the Ontario College of Art (1962-1966), he returned to Quebec City where he was employed at Simons stores as Head of Image and Store Design (1966-1973). Later Simard was president of his own communication design firm for eleven years. From 1984 to 2001 he was a professor at Laval University.

Claude A Simard has designed eight stamps for Canada Post. He has painted murals for the Imperial Oil Company and Parks Canada. His creations have been reproduced on several cards by Unicef and Hallmark. His paintings were featured on covers of Reader's Digest and American Psychologist. His work has been the subject of several articles in print and web publications.

As a painter, Simard was elected member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1981. Since 1974 he has presented more than 25 solo exhibitions in important galleries across Canada. He is the author of two books about his painting process.

Over the past 40 years, Simard travelled and sketched through France, Italy and England. He works from his painting studios in Quebec City and Lake St-Joseph. Simard is a realist but the images he paints are created from imagination and memories. They never depict factual views of the subject matter.

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Green House, 2001

Technique: acrylic on canvas

Dimensions: 30x36 in.

Price: $11,400 Cdn.

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