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Sylvie Carole Turcotte (Artiste Sylca)

Éditrice, auteure, artiste en arts visuels a eu l’idée de créer ce livre d’art dès

son retour de France

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CAP SUR LA ROCHE Latitude 46.667 Longitude -1.4333”

 le 4 octobre 2017 dès 5h à la Bibliothèque publique de Drummondville 5@7 

 

Ce recueil de peintures et poésies fait suite à une rencontre artistique et littérairen plus d’une exposition,

auxquelles elle a participé à l’été 2016 en France. Aujourd'hui, en primeur, il me fait plaisir de vous annoncer

La naissance d’un livre d’art !

 

CAP SUR LA ROCHE Latitude 46.667 Longitude -1.4333”.  À travers cet ouvrage de 72 pages sont

illustrées des oeuvres de Sylvie Carole Turcotte (Sylca), Lise Levasseur, Nathalie Dupont, ainsi que

Doris Bellefeuille, Fernand Brunelle, Linda Cyrenne et Denise Montplaisir, sans oublier la touche

poétique du Pays de la Loire des poètes Christine Angelini, Christian Bled et Charles d’Estève.

Ce projet est soutenu par : Député Sébastien Schneeberger, DeSerres Drummondville, la Guilde des artistes de la

région de Drummondville, Hôtel et Suites Le Dauphin, Drummondville et la Société Saint-Jean-Baptiste

Drummondville.

Merci à Culture Centre- du - Québec.

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Noire et Blanche _Black and White 2017

 

 

 

Collection d'oeuvres Noire et Blanche 2017 Black and White Collection

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Tirage, séries limitées de luxe.

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  Tirage, séries limitées de luxe.

Sur papier d’Arches

  Un cadeau pour la vie à la portée de main

      5 œuvres exposées en France en 2016

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**Chaque oeuvre sera numéroté et signé par l'artiste Sylca 

 

« Ange des couleurs »

                                                                                            

51 X 41cm                                                    $199.00 CAD

25 x 20cm                                                       $50.00 CAD

 

« Remember Me »

 

51 X 41cm                                                    $199.00 CAD

25 x 20cm                                                       $50.00 CAD

 

 

« La ville s’est tue   »

 

51 X 41cm                                                    $199.00 CAD

25 x 20cm                                                       $50.00 CAD

 

« Heure après heure »

 

51 X 41 cm                                                    $199.00 

25 x 20cm                                                       $50.00

 

 

« Invitation au  voyage Le Tzigane  »

 

51 X 41 cm                                                   $199.00 CAD

25 x 20cm                                                       $50.00

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Exhibition by painter Sylca

 Sylvie Carole Turcotte takes off for Nantes 

La ville sest tue

Sylca takes off for Nantes

  Sylca takes off for Nantes on July 6, 2016

La ville s'est tue [the city goes silent] ... inspired by the poem Béton by Christine Angelini 

La ville s’est tue: made of fibre, grey cement, a flow of tears of blood on a mummified face, but light and hope are there.

My thoughts November 13, 2015, Bataclan.

Our works will be exhibited at Espace Culturel Leclerc – Zone Sud, La Roche-sur-Yon, from July 11 to July 19, under the theme “La voile des mots” [The veil of words], an encounter between visual arts and poetry, between Quebec and French artists.

Sylvie Carole Turcotte, Sylca will have five works exhibited, mixed techniques on canvas, 51 X 41 cm

“La ville s’est tue” [The city goes silent]

“Remember Me”

“Heure après heure” [Hour after hour]

“Ange des couleurs” [Angel of colours]

“Invitation au voyage le Tzigane” [Invitation to the Gypsy voyage]

These works were created specially for the event, inspired by five poems written by Christine Angelini from the collection Moira. This group project consists of an artistic and literary encounter between the visual artists of the Guilde de Drummondville and the poets and painters of La Roche-sur-Yon, France.

 

 

Dom Henrique Centre d’art et d’événements

“Between Earth and Sea”

Exhibition by painter Sylca

 
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MONTRÉAL, July 18, 2014 – Visual artist Sylvie Carole Turcotte (Sylca) invites the public to the opening of her solo show entitled “Between Earth and Sea” on Saturday, July 26 at the Dom Henrique Arts & Events Centre, located at 3714, Notre-Dame Street West in Montréal. The cinq à sept will feature live music by Cathy Pimentel and her Fado Mundo band. To round out the evening of art, Sylca will be creating a painting live, starting at 8:00 p.m.

Sylvie Carole Turcotte’s collection of some 40 works is centered on the theme “Between Earth and Sea.” By turns, the works immerse you in blue and turquoise oceans, or in scenes of natural and organic colours where birds mysteriously appear in a puff of gold dust, graphite, and shades of gray, as though from your dreams. Her works are at once austere and rippling with texture and substance, incorporating fibres, shards of bronze, or aluminum.

Sylvie Carole Turcotte, the self-taught artist known as Sylca, has lived in Pointe-Saint-Charles for more than 13 years. She was born in Drummondville on the banks of the Saint-François River and grew up in the heart of Québec in a family of artists—her father is a sculptor. When she paints, she captures the energy of the environment around her. In her series “Seen from Above,” her canvases, rich in texture and often dominated by blue and turquoise, give the impression of flying over islands in the sea. Simultaneously figurative and abstract, most of her works are in acrylic and mixed media. Sylca has shown her paintings in Canada, France, and in Belgium, and received Grand Distinction awards in 2008 and 2009 from the Cercle des Artistes Peintres et Sculpteurs du Québec. She is a member of the Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec (RAAV) and the Canadian Artists’ Representation (CARFAC). Her paintings are included in private collections in several countries, particularly in the United States and Italy as well as Canada.

The exhibition “Between Earth and Sea” will be open between July 17 and August 7, 2014. To learn more about Sylca, please visit her website at www.artistesylca.com .

Address and opening hours of the exhibition:

Dom Henrique Centre d’art et d’événements, 3714, Notre-Dame Street  West, Montréal 

Le Bitoque, 3706, Notre-Dame Street West, Montréal (14 works)

 

Tuesday to Thursday, 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Friday and Saturday, 5:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Sunday, 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

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