ARTISTIC PROCESS

Self-taught painter giving special attention to linear form movement. His scope of research is based on a pictorial composition that illustrates the essential.

Such a concept mainly comes from a series of vibrant and intentional lines arranged on a  white background to allow the observer to personally situate the subject in space. The contrast between such an impression of form and the vividness of lines creates a surprising rhythm.

The artist’s pictures are pure and simple. His painting allows him to unconsciously give way to scenes of life’s day-to-day moments.  He has met his goal when he succeeds in evoking a subject’s formal character with just a few lines.

Enter into his world and give way to excitement.

1999 – University of Montreal, Drawing, Race Given by Lorraine Dagenais, 45 hours

1999 – Studies with Véronique, Private Ratio, Pictorial Technology & Research, 20 hours

1997-1998 – Centre Jean-Claude Malépart, Acrylic Painting, Session Given by Véronique Ratio, 90 hours

2015 – “Discoveries”, ephemeral space, Magog, Quebec.

2013 – “Recto / verso” Gala Gallery, Montreal, Quebec.

2011 – “Transparency” Gala Gallery, Montreal, Quebec.

2009 – “Expanding Horizons” Gala Gallery, Montreal, Quebec.

2004 – “Lifestyle”, Ko-zen Gallery, Montreal, Quebec.

1997-2015 – Paris, Barcelona, Montreal, Quebec, Baie-St-Paul, Magog

2010 – “Special Honour Award” Exhibition of SNBA, Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France.

2005 – “Spring in Quebec – 2nd Edition” – Audience Award, and Miss Art Gallery, Paris, France.

2008 – National Society of Fine Arts (SNBA), Paris, France.

The reflection of the lake, first exhibition in his hometown …, Magog, Quebec, in September 2015.

Sylvie Bonneau, Hydropresse, Traits, Montreal, Québec, July-August 2011.

René Goyette, Art Zone, Jocelyn D’Amours – Un Magogois au Louvre (A Magogian at the Louvre), Sherbrooke, Quebec, April 2011.

Jean-François Gagnon, The Tribune, a painter magogois honor, Sherbrooke, Quebec, February 2011.

Vincent Cliche, Reflection Lake, A painting by Jocelyn D’Amours winning in Paris, Magog, Quebec, February 2011.

Rodger Brulotte, Le Journal de Montreal, The National Society of Fine Arts in Paris, Montreal, Quebec, January 2011.

Life of Arts, three strokes, Montreal, Quebec, Fall 2010.

“Foundation Auction Dinner of the Jeunesses Musicales of Canada,” March 2013.

“Salon of the National Society of Fine Arts 2012”, December 2012.

“Foundation Auction Dinner of the Jeunesses Musicales of Canada,” March 2011.

“Salon of the National Society of Fine Arts 2010”, December 2010.

“Salon of the National Society of Fine Arts 2008”, December 2008.

“Salon of the National Society of Fine Arts 2007”, December 2007.

Quebec, Canada; New York, United States;

Grandvaux, Switzerland; London, England; Munich, Germany; Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands, Spain