CELEBRATION OF CANADIAN NORTH
AND NATIVE CULTURE
Contemporary art celebrating canadian wildlife and native culture
Interview with La Fabrique Culturelle
Welcome to Dominique Normand's website. The Laurentian artist in the province of Quebec, is sharing with you images of paintings, sketches and documentaries she has produced over the last 17 years. Her work is inspired by the very frequent travels and journeys in Northern Quebec and across Canada.
She loves the vast and rich territories that open up to her along the way. Wilderness, abundance of land and the passion for native culture feed her soul and create fertile ground for her work. Lakes, rivers, the boreal forest transforms her perception as a human beeing. Every living thing reflects the sacredness of life. Her contemporary figurative work is impregnated with emotion, mouvement and vastness.
Her attachment to first nation culture and beliefs can be felt in the documentaries, the large landscapes and the portraits of the Cree, the Mowhaks and Mikmak she has painted. Her work can be found in a few Galeries in the Laurentians, such as Galerie Art et Style in Baie Saint Paul, Gallery WallSpace in Ottawa, Ashukan and La Guilde Graphique in Montreal, Jardin d'Hiver in Mont Tremblant.