LAVAL, QC, CANADA, April 16, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Liliane Fournier has earned recognition in the exclusive ranks of Stanford Who’s Who as a result of her exceptional entrepreneurial effort in the arts. Throughout her brilliant professional career, Liliane has exhibited the passion, vision and dedication necessary to be considered among the best. In the stroke of a paintbrush, Liliane Fournier paints the vividness of any image in encompassing passion. With no fear of color and an evocative expression, Liliane draws from emotion to get her point across.
Liliane is an incredibly talented independent artist, who works primarily in oil canvas, with over 40 years of experience in the field. Since she was a young child, she has always had a passion for the arts, starting with paint by numbers and working her way up to the lavish landscapes she now creates. Through the years her unique style expressing joy, peace and beauty that is within reach to everyone’s daily life, has appealed to art collectors all over the world
Although she is a self-taught artist, Liliane’s interest for knowledge led her to study art illustration while still in high school and later to attend the École des Beaux-Arts in Montréal where she studied Fine Arts at night school. She also spent two years in Asia, further refining her craft studying and working with batik fabric.
Liliane has been exhibiting her work with solo exhibitions in Montreal as well as the Toronto and Calgary areas. She also participated in the Salon Biennale International in Paris in 1993 and has displayed her work in several group exhibitions over the years, including the prestigious Maison des Arts de Laval and the Musée régional Vaudreuil-Soulange in 1996. In 2011 Liliane attended the Art Residency for the city of Dinan, France as a Guest Artist and will soon be attending the Artist Residency at Montpellier, France this year.
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