Born in Quebec in 1990, Marie-Lysa Lemelin is a Canadian painter, who has dedicated herself to the development of her artistic practice for nearly 10 years. Painting occupies a central place in her life: when she is not in the studio, she teaches her art in schools.
His paintings combine abstraction and figuration and are inspired by major artistic movements such as pop art and abstract expressionism. Through pictorial processes such as dripping , solid color and mixed techniques, MLysa draws inspiration from everyday life to allow unique scenes to emerge.
His work has been recognized by several prizes and scholarships, including an advanced training course at the Slade School of Fine Art in London. She has participated in around ten solo and group exhibitions in Quebec and is currently represented by Galerie Beauchamp, an exceptional showcase, which allows her to present her works in Quebec, Montreal, Baie St-Paul and Toronto.
“Abstraction is a form of freedom of expression that has no limits. Each gesture influences the next movement. Beautiful work on ourselves that motivates us to let go and let ourselves be surprised. I like the idea that the only constraints in painting are those that I impose on myself and quietly overcoming them motivates me to continue this endless evolution! »
Painting allows you to express emotions that go beyond words; it also allows you to create connections with the public. Art then becomes a vector of communication that opens dialogue on themes that unite us, in a dissemination space accessible to all.