Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 12:30 am by M. in ,    No comments
An exhibition in Québec, with artwork by Isabelle Arsenault (who illustrated Jane, le renard et moi):
runs until May 6 2018
Isabelle Arsenault's Imaginary Worlds
Musée de la Civilisation

In comic- or illustration-form, Isabelle Arsenault's work is unique in its particular use of colour, which conveys her characters' emotions. The presence or absence of colour are passageways between reality and imagination, monotony and exception, uncertainty and proof.

Full of parallel realities, Isabelle Arsenault's imaginary worlds are made of organic elements, delicate plants and colourful flowers. The author tells her stories with a depth and sensibility characteristic of her personal style.
First published by Éditions La Pastèque, the originals of her five main works lead readers to appreciate the immense talent of this internationally known children's illustrator and dive into the depths of her imaginary worlds.
A presentation of the Musée de la civilisation and the Festival Québec BD, in collaboration with Éditions La Pastèque and Télé-Québec.
More information on ActuaBD.


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