Guylène Saucier

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Guylène Saucier, painter

Guylène Saucier was born in Louiseville, Quebec, in 1960. Painter from childhood, she transports us into the world of her characters with great charm and tenderness. A string of children in the country of camaraderie, candid faces, primary colors, softness and simplicity of gesture emanate from the artist's work.

Guylène Saucier - The emotional tenderness of childhood
His date and place of birth
Guylène Saucier was born in Louiseville in 1960.

His education, his career
Guylène Saucier first obtained a bachelor's degree in modern languages ​​at Laval University. She then studied visual arts (drawing and art history) at the University of Sherbrooke, then completed her training with a certificate in written French at the University of Quebec in Montreal. She deepened her artistic knowledge with recognized painters.

Painter, short story writer and novelist, Guylène Saucier leads a brilliant career resolutely turned towards creation.

From his first individual exhibition in 1984, Guylène Saucier secured the support of a loyal public. In fact, since his debut on the art market, his paintings have continued to be a resounding success with an increasingly large clientele. This love story is far from being one-sided; the young painter makes it a point of honor to remain honest and accessible in her pricing policy.

A versatile artist, Guylène Saucier is also a writer; she is the author of several short stories, one of which won an international award in 1990. She has also published three novels: Motel Plage St-Michel (Éditions VLB, 1986), Sarabande (Québec/Amérique, 1992 ) and The horse dressed in blue (Leméac, 2001)

His work, his art
Painter from childhood, Guylène Saucier transports us into the world of her characters with great charm and a touch of humour. Bouncy and candid faces, lively eyes, a swarm of children in their country of games and camaraderie, so many scenes from his memories that the artist reveals to us.

On Guylène Saucier's canvases, we find bundled up children braving the winter, surprised looks under a summer sun or a row of umbrellas on their way to school. Primary colors, simplicity of gesture from which emerges strength and softness, the work of Guylène Saucier impresses with its artistic quality.

Guylène Saucier has been represented by the Au P'tit Bonheur Art Gallery since 1986, exclusively since 2012.