Art at Council April 28, 2015 - Denise Dupre
End of Summer by Denise Dupre
Denise Dupre hones her craft at the City’s 2709 Esplande Studios. She is a self-taught artist inspired by the Impressionists, Picasso and Matisse. Denise’s art-making styles include Contemporary Realism and Abstract. Her abstract paintings are inspired by color, movement and landscape. They reflect a fresh sense of immediacy and connect with an emotive style of painting. Denise enjoys working with a full spectrum of color and hopes this may engage the viewer to share in her joy of creating with a free sense of spirit and a purity of expression.
The work is titled End of Summer. It describes the setting of the hot summer sun, the apple orchards ready to be harvested and the autumn leaves beginning to make their presence.
Denise would like to extend an invitation for everyone to check out her current exhibition titled Abstracts – The Joy of Color at the Gallery Bistro down on Clarke Street which is on until May 24th.
You can watch the Regular Meeting of Council in the window below. Art at Council begins at the 2 minute 10 second mark of the video.