At age 16, she got 3 commissions in one year. At 25 she was accepted into the Art gallery in the Museum of Fine Arts in Montréal, making her an up and coming artist.
Art is like breathing for Carole Beauvais.
She studied piano through the programs of the Royal Conservatory of Music from Toronto and got her BFA at Concordia University. In young adult life, the underground House music scene had a big impact on the artist.
Remembering a night, in which she stayed up for 3 days listening to this music while drawing with soft pastels. That's when she started to incorporate divisions of her work.
The work on the piano started to affect her art work.
The rawness, the purity of colors and the gestural vibration of her brushstrokes all came together.
Her colors are brilliant and frank giving additional bounce to her intense textures and generous brush strokes that tickles the eye and awakens the senses.
Patterns, layers and textures found in everyday life, like in a fence, a staircase, architecture, design, fabrics, fashion, tapestry, urban structure, and urban life influence her work. The decorative elements used in society are fascinating to her. Ms. Beauvais approaches her work in a conceptual process. The Order and Disorder is a major part of being human and we can see it in her work. She uses basic symbols to create meaning using sensory input and decoding symbols through both denotation and connotation. Symbols allow the human brain to continuously create meanings .
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