Photo Jean Pierre Robert 2010 - Montage TranScribe

Malu is a Canadian-born painter, raised in Montreal, province of Quebec. Her art is connected with the abstract expressionism. She uses acrylic and other mediums to structure her paintings and emphasize the incorporated elements. Malu affectionates particularly large-scale paintings.

Although she has studied art, more specifically painting, she considers herself as a self-taught artist in continuous evolution. The technique she uses, leads her to transfer on canvas her visceral feeling of the present moment.  

When exploring Malu's paintings, one can become disconcerted but the intensity in the movement and the mixture of matters, allow us to distinguish fantastic, mysterious or sensual forms. She transforms her raw energy in a combination of translucence in contrast with texture, which by impulse suggests a bi-dimensional volume. The momentum is awesome!  

Pigments applied with a palette knife generate energy which is provocative. She installs her volumes in such a way that, according to the angle, will capture the light, thus allowing everyone a most personal interpretation. Reading Malu's painting is a worl in itself and nobody can remain indifferent.  

Over the years Malu has participated in many international art exhibitions such as in Brazil, Holland, Spain, Turkey, Singapore, Belgium, France, Great Britain, Italy and New York. She is a member of Académie Internationale des Beaux-Arts du Québec (AIBAQ) and of Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec (CAPSQ).

Distinction :  2010 - Prize winner of the 1st Grand Prize in abstract art, given by Le Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec (CAPSQ), for the originality, artistic value and technique of her painting Dorissimo. 

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Réalisation : TranScribe
Last modified : aPROL 16, 2015