The artist Patrick Beaudin stands out for his unique artistic approach, combining creative urgency with the finesse of the West European tradition of graffiti. If speed of execution takes precedence in his works, evoking techniques such as collage and stencil, his approach is anything but rushed. On the contrary, far from the raw rebellion of street graffiti, Beaudin's paintings resonate with a subtle poetry, peppered with colorful and catchy patterns.

Multidisciplinary in his approach, Patrick is not limited to a single tool or medium. He skillfully juggles between the spatula, brushes and even the use of his own fingers, reflecting his imperative need to create. His bold oil pastel strokes attest to his determined gestures. In addition, collage occupies a prominent place in his works. It allows him not only to structure the space of his paintings by the superposition of different planes, but also to incorporate the text as a graphic element.

Although his inspirations are anchored in nature and contemporary art, there is an undeniable modernity in his work, always sprinkled with a touch of humor that charms the observer.

In terms of technique, Patrick Beaudin devotes himself to a mixed method, combining acrylic paint, oil pastel and collage, to bring his visions to life.

His academic background is equally impressive. A graduate in Fine Arts, Graphics and 3-D Animation, this native of Longueuil, born in 1974, is a true artistic chameleon. Although classically trained, his heart and mind were always pulled towards urban art. It is in this discipline that he finds the freedom to express his ideas, freely using the materials of his choice. What attracts him most about this art is this ability to juxtapose nature and culture in a spontaneous way, offering an experience that is both provocative and pleasant to the viewer.