France Brodeur’s work focuses on the abstract potential in naturalistic detail and draws out its emotional resonance for the human eye and mind. Exploring the interface between abstract and representational forms, particularly those found in nature and the human body, France Brodeur’s art looks through surface appearances to their human significance especially in terms of universal but deeply personal life experiences such as change and loss. Her art, combining different printmaking techniques – etching, monotype, collagraphy, lasertrans, linotype, and a combination of those – evokes images invested with metaphorical and emotional meanings.
Join us for an artists talk at Ragley Hall Sunday 23rd March 2014, Talk begins 2.00pm with the printmaker France Brodeur followed by a cream tea and the chance to see a solo exhibition of her art at Ragley Gallery. Artists Talk:Tickets £12.00. Discount for group bookings includes admission to Ragley Park and Gardens. To book contact Dawn ar 07889718242 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Exhibition: Opens Weds 26th March – Sunday 13th April from 11.00am -4.00pm. Entrance to the exhibition is free. Dial 1200 for reception on the keypad at the front entrance gate at Ragley Hall for admittance.
France Brodeur has had exhibitions in galleries and museums in Canadian, Belgium and British cities and is represented in private and public collections in England, Canada, France, Germany and Turkey.