Touch, write, burn . Key actions that intensify the process of creation. Lynda Parent also taps into other realities , those of indigenous , primitive peoples Lynda Parent
Lynda Parent lives and teaches in Chicoutimi, and his work is exhibited in Quebec . BA in visual arts education at UQAC , Lynda Parent teaches visual arts at the primary level at the Commission scolaire de La Jonquière .
Alongside his profession , Lynda Parent was introduced to various artistic disciplines and complete a bachelor’s degree in psychology in 1994. His paintings are characterized by the diversity of materials: pigments , sand , metal and paper come together to unveil a universe consisting of symbols relating to personal existence . Touch, write, burn . Key actions that intensify the process of creation. Lynda Parent also taps into other realities , those of indigenous , primitive peoples of African regions and those of the nomadic peoples of the Sahara regions .
The assemblies are the basis of his work. Assemblies papers from around the world. ” I especially love working with the sand between my fingers grasp , let it flow , touch, feel the material. The sand comes in different aspects depending on the region from which it comes : rough, smooth , earthy, etc … and those who are dear to me bring me when traveling .”
Materials become meaningful and imprégés intrinsic meaning. The presence of a writing engraved in the sand , and that sometimes seems veiled , gives the starting point of its creation. A reflection on the existence of the human adventure. A passion that continues and which enriches every moment of creation.
A look at the history and the memory of time falls beyond the origins of man . Here is what characterizes the foundations of his artistic creation.
The work of Lynda Parent is exposed to the Corniche Gallery since 1999.