Christine Gagné, contemporary sculptor and painter under Collection KiKi, born in Montreal in 1966, holds a degree in fashion design and has worked in Los Angeles for 9 years before starting her art career.
Her bronze artwork reshapes women in folkloric and mythical milieu. Her weightless and detailed figurative style provides the gracefulness and movement required to encapsulate the often strong and ultra-feminine subjects.
Installed as Master of Fine Arts by the International Fine Arts Academy in Quebec, Canada, awarded by the Academy of Art, Science and letter of Paris with a silver medal in 2017, inducted by the Institute of Figurative Arts of Quebec, Christine Gagne has won multiple awards in Canada, in Europe and in the United States.
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Nancy Overbury lives and works in Montreal, Quebec. She is best known for using acrylic and gel medium to build deep brilliant texture. The works are created using heavy buttery layers of impasto and thin translucent glazes of paint, applied with spatulas and found objects to emulate depth and to capture movement and feeling. She acquired her art degrees in Montreal but considers her most valuable art lessons were learned while studying in Nîmes, France. There she discovered how the quality of light and sky influence mood and motion. Her sources of inspiration lie in the natural landscape of Southern Quebec and its history.