GAUDREAU, Jean

Jean Gaudreau was born Quebec City on May 27, 1964. He lives in this City where he mainly works in painting, sculpture and engraving. He holds a visual arts bachelor degree with a major in painting from Laval University and is the recipient of several awards. In 2009 and 2010, some of his artwork was chosen to be part of a masterful presentation; Robert Lepage’s Le moulin à image. In 2003, he holds an exhibition at the Cirque du Soleil headquarters that brings him a vast recognition. In 2014, he presents an important exhibition of large size works at the Quebec Dalhousie barracks. In 2012, he recovers part of the Château Frontenac old copper roofing and since then he integrates this precious material in its approach and the construction of his paintings. In the past 20 years, this artist has held solo and collective exhibitions in various galleries and venues. Several of his works are among private and public collections around the world.

Ustensiles d’histoire

Cuivre recyclé provenant de l’ancienne toiture du Château Frontenac, huile, acrylique déposé dans un boitier muséal. 23’’ x 62.5’’

Empreinte d’histoire

Cuivre recyclé provenant de l’ancienne toiture du Château Frontenac, huile, acrylique, déposé dans un boitier muséal.
47.5’’ x 42.25’’

Fossiles du Château

Cuivre recyclé provenant de l’ancienne toiture du Château Frontenac, huile, acrylique, déposé dans un boitier muséal.
53’’ x 41’’

Tissage cuivré

Cuivre recyclé provenant de l’ancienne toiture du Château Frontenac, huile, acrylique, déposé dans un boitier muséal.
50.75’’ x 49.5’’

Coeur en Florilège

Cuivre recyclé provenant de l’ancienne toiture du Château Frontenac, huile, acrylique, déposé dans un boitier muséal.
34’’ x 31’’

W. V. Horne

Cuivre recyclé provenant de l’ancienne toiture du Château Frontenac, huile, acrylique déposé dans un boitier muséal.
55" x 39"