Katia Poulin

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Katia Poulin

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Oil on Canvas

60 x 60 in

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Katia Poulin
Katia Poulin was born in Quebec city in 1971. The beginning of her career started as a self-taught artist, but later on in life, Katia studied Visual Arts at the Rivière-du-Loup and Sainte-Foy colleges in Quebec. Artists Statement: When I paint, I invent stories, I go into my own bubble and everything else ceases to exist. I have an incredible ability to concentrate when I paint, which is quite frustrating to those close to me. I often use my dreams as a source of inspiration. When I get up in the morning, I go straight to my studio to paint. My inner life is quite inhabited and emotionally rich, so it is quite natural that my painting expresses a certain type of sensitivity. However, I have to be in a positive mood when I paint. I have to be able to listen to my inner voice and follow my inner inspirations. This is how I succeed in painting the pieces that most move me. I personally prefer a diversified approach, at least in terms of the themes and subjects I treat. I am quite open to change: the new and the unforeseen do not daunt me. Exhibitions : The Faubourg Saint -Jean Baptiste Art Gallery Symposium at the Sainte-Foy Artistic Society Solo exposition at the Café du Temps Perdu Katia Poulin was born in Quebec city in 1971. The beginning of her career started as a self-taught artist, but later on in life, Katia studied Visual Arts at the Rivière-du-Loup and Sainte-Foy colleges in Quebec. Artists Statement: When I paint, I invent stories, I go into my own bubble and everything else ceases to exist. I have an incredible ability to concentrate when I paint, which is quite frustrating to those close to me. I often use my dreams as a source of inspiration. When I get up in the morning, I go straight to my studio to paint. My inner life is quite inhabited and emotionally rich, so it is quite natural that my painting expresses a certain type of sensitivity. However, I have to be in a positive mood when I paint. I have to be able to listen to my inner voice and follow my inner inspirations. This is how I succeed in painting the pieces that most move me. I personally prefer a diversified approach, at least in terms of the themes and subjects I treat. I am quite open to change: the new and the unforeseen do not daunt me. Exhibitions : The Faubourg Saint -Jean Baptiste Art Gallery Symposium at the Sainte-Foy Artistic Society Solo exposition at the Café du Temps Perdu Onessimo Fine Art of Palm Beach exclusively represents <artist name here>. If you are interested in purchasing artwork or have any questions, please contact us.
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