Chat Ce'Liste

Chat Ce'Liste
30" X 15"
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Curieux Temps

Curieux Temps
12" X 6"
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Friendly Clouds

Friendly Clouds
12" X 16"
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Life in the Sun

Life in the Sun
30" X 30"
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Little Old Tree

Little Old Tree
24" X 24"
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Lonely

Lonely
48" X 40"
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Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air
12" X 16"
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Moisson

Moisson
60" X 36"
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Night Life

Night Life
16" X 16"
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On an Orange Day

On an Orange Day
36" X 60"
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Open Window on the Garden

Open Window on the Garden
24" X 24"
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Rainbow

Rainbow
48" X 24"
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The Keys

The Keys
12" X 16"
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A R T I S T   S T A T E M E N T




ARCADE LATOUR


 


Born on June 5, 1950, Arcade Latour discovered inks from an early age


and held a first exhibition in 1965. His passion for communication and creative


expression led him to graphic arts, technical design and publishing.


In 1984, he was selected to design the Popemobile for pope


John Paul II’s visit to Canada.


 


In this digital age and era of virtual reality, artist Arcade Latour


offers intriguing works of intense colour created through the use of the


age-old medium that is printer’s ink. Latour discovered this medium and its potential


while still a teenager. Fascinated by the intensity of the colours and the density


of its texture, he made it his passion to explore and master its possibilities.


 


An accomplished graphic artist, Arcade Latour lays on canvas an entire universe


of forms and colours that eventually gain a raised texture and relief.


His paintings, initially perceived as a comprehensive and captivating ensemble,


soon reveal projections and ledges that unveil fascinating details.