Monday, November 19, 2012

Patrice Landry

“Citrons au panier” © Patrice Landry

Name: Patrice Landry, PSEC
Bio: Quebec artist Patrice Landry was born in 1960 and from an early age was drawing, experimenting with cartoons and making comic strips. He studied Graphic Art, and worked as a graphic designer for 8 years, his output varying from packaging and advertising to animation and technical drawing. In 2000 he started painting seriously with oils, acrylics and pastel. He is currently an analyst-programmer specialized in Web technologies and is also the author of a published novel at Éditions Minamots.
Patrice is a Signature member Pastel Society of Eastern Canada, he is also editor of the PSEC members' newletter (PastelPost) and programmer and webmaster of the website as well as many other public and private sites. Recent awards include Pastel Toujours, St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, 2010 (2nd prize for Citrons au panier, above) and Pastel Toujours, PSEC, Galerie in Vivo, Montréal, 2006.
Medium: Pastel; oil; acrylic.
Subjects: Landscape; Still Life; Animals.
Style: Representational
Navigation: The website has a French, and an English version; and is very simply laid out. The paintings are classified by medium, and by theme.
Gallery: Under Pastel, scroll the categories under these headings: Paysage (landscape); Inspiration de maitre (A master’s inspiration); Portrait; Paysage de mer (seascape); Nature morte (still life); Animaux (animals)
Image View: Each thumbnail  is provided with information on title, dimension and support.  Click to enlarge and get further commentary by the artist. The only flaw seems to lie in the “back to artwork” link, which doesn’t work for me in either language. Download is allowed. 
Blog/Demo: No 

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