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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Felix Girard


















Mini-bio


The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree: Felix’s mother and father are both painters and it’s by observing them and by spending time in the family workshop that he learned to draw and to paint.

His interest for creation conducted him to pursue his learning in different kinds of art: leather, wood and metal work, music, design, etc. But painting has always been his favourite medium.

Felix has been making commission works since he’s 12 years old but he really started his public artistic career in 2007 with several exhibitions in Quebec’s pubs and cafes. That year, he flew to France with the financial support of a Quebec art patron to live there for a year, to gain artistic experience and to see new places and people to serve as inspiration in his work. He made in France and in Germany few exhibitions.

After his trip, Felix returned back to Quebec city and started architectural studies at Laval University while continuing to fulfil his illustration contracts and produce his own artworks. He will finish his baccalaureat in Finland in 2011.
Painting

Felix ambition in painting is to build up is own personal world populated with bizarre characters and imaginary sceneries. He tries to understand the world by constructing a new one…
Illustration

For several years now, Felix offers his services in illustration and has developed a professional working method. For more information please click here.

Some of Felix’s clients : CHARLEX (Advertising agency, New York), CSDCCS (Education committee, Toronto, Ontario), Regroupement des Gens d’Affaire du Secteur Bastien-Racine (Wendake-Loretteville), Plan B (American Comic Book)











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