Rémi Clark

Born in Québec City in 1944, Rémi Clark acquired his knowledge of drawing and color at the Institut des Métiers d'Art in Québec. Subsequently, it was with his teachers: Arthur Genest, Paul Brien, Mario Mauro and Bruno Côté that he discovered his means of expression and the style that characterizes him. He knows how to express the work of light.

His drawing is solid, his colors just in their sobriety and the harmony that brings them together do not end up in any false tone. His imagination pushes him to present themes in the realistic setting where characters bring a message of calm and peace. His paintings illustrate with clarity and simplicity the lives of people in their environment. Several North American art galleries exhibit his works successfully, his paintings are part of prestigious collections and have been used for communication works.

Did you know that during his first visit to Baie-Comeau in 1991, Québec-Téléphone chose his painting "Les oiseaux de pluie, Champlain Street" and it appeared in the 1992 telephone directory?

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