Friday, September 26, 2008


This painting was the first one painted for my new series in the works entitled HOPELESS LOVERS.

This is a sneak peek of the series. I am EXTREMELY tempted to post more of them but I will refrain myself from doing so and hope for it to be as much of a surprise as possible.

This one is temporarily titled "Hopeless Lovers" because it kicked off this very therapeutic series, its title may eventually change for there is a brother painting to it.

Acrylic on canvas, Acrylic and fine liners on rice paper.
(Rice paper glued(with acrylic gel) on canvas)
10" x 10"


This is a collaborative work. Myself and my fellow artists:

George Blanchette, Dominik Robichaud and Maryse Arsenault joined in George's studio and we all went a little wild on this big sheet of masa paper George had set up on the wall. An hour or two later, this is what was delivered....

Pastels, pencils, charcoals, paints, flowers, black tape, brown tape, who knows?
Size: Unknown - Fairly big, four artists were working on it at the same time.

I call it DomPasGeoMar.

The Squirrel and The Crow

In the fervent bloody wind, the squirrel and the crow co-dependently seek their lost treasure...Love of the first kind...

A piece I did sometime last year and never took a photo of.

Oil Pastels on matt board
approx. 8" x 11"

Oil pastels are really fun.


I hate the thought of snow right now.
As bright and beautiful as snow may be, it is cold and it pisses me off.

But here is the first painting of a coming series I did inspired by our last winter(winter 2007-2008), which was a pain, but it was gorgeous and very, very snowful, like when I was a kid and had no bills to pay and no obligations to attend to...

The series will be called "SNOW", and will consist mostly of snowy landscapes.
I am anxious to get to it when business comes less, it is a direction I very rarely attend to...

Here's "Snowy Banks":

Acrylic & pastels on wood
approx. 12" x 14"

Sunday, September 21, 2008


A treasure...

As I am wandering downtown late one friday night, I see a familiar face.

I say:"You're from Bathurst."(my home town).

She says yes. Long story short, she is down for a few days contemplating about moving here and has no place to stay, so she came over and slept on my couch.

All this to say that she(Natacha Haché who is now in Moncton and gives Yoga lessons for good price for anyone interested)introduced me to Cocorosie that night.

Cocorosie are two sisters, from what I understand, they were some how seperated young and found each other again later in life, one having become a Classically trained Opera singer and the other I ignore, but they ended up jamming in a bath tub and it turned out great obviously.

I found that do not like some of their seemingly more recent works as much as the earlier works but the first time I heard them, my heart nearly stopped.



Hairnet Paradise

Terrible Angels

By Your Side

HOPELESS LOVERS in the works

Dear brothers and sisters,

My next Art Show will take place at the Café Maelstrom in Moncton(Corner of Botsford and Alma Streets). The opening will be on October 22nd 5PM-7PM.

The title of the series is HOPELESS LOVERS.

I have been in the studio on a daily basis crying my heart onto canvas.

I think the outcome will be great. Great therapy it is either way.

I will post the poster in a near futur with a preview of the works.

Have a flowerful day.