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1er Janvier 2015

Year: 2015

Size: 24" x 12"

13 fevrier 2015

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11 février 2012

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10 fevrier 2012

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Size: 12" x 16"

24 janvier 2009

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26 janvier 2009

Year: 2017

Size: 16" x 16"

6 février 2009

Year: 2009

Size: 20" x 16"

6 février 2012

Year: 2012

Size: 12" x 18"

6 mars 2015

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23 decembre 2012

Year: 2012

Size: 40" x 30"

27 decembre 2012

Year: 2017

Size: 46" x 33"

3 fevrier 2015

Year: 2015

Size: 16" x 12"

26 decembre 2012

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Francesca Alepin-Kneider

BIOGRAPHY: 

Diplomas:
Creativity, Université de Montréal
Interior Design, Académie Internationale du Design
Feng Shui and Bazi, Centre d’Excellence de Feng Shui

1990 Completed studies in interior design. Carte blanche to renovate a home. Discovered the appeal of glass as a material to be used in art integrated into architecture.
During this period, I undertook many creative projects on the national and international level. This is when it all began: numerous glass creations integrated into architecture, many glass artworks, exclusive works including glass installations, sculptures, panels, tables, doors, murals, contemplation room, tiles, centrepieces, light fixtures, and chairs. Created multiple-piece works in a series including utilitarian objects and new products such as the famous HECTARUS® basins.

artistic approach: 

My personal development took the form of a ten-year commitment to a “master’s program” in meditative and spiritual studies. I went on many retreats in the state of Oregon and engaged in many formal and informal meditative practises.

These meditative practises were accompanied by many artistic creations.

This fully emerging intensity inevitably led to my meeting with Marcelle Ferron (1924-2001), the painter and glass artist who had signed the “Refus global” and a major figure on Quebec’s contemporary art scene. The common denominator was the person who produced our glass artworks. We developed a deep connection as I worked with great freedom on her monumental glass works for projects that integrated her art works into architecture. These projects were part of the Ministère de la Culture et des Communications du Québec’s Programme 1%. This “grand master’s” final ten years coincided with the beginning of my prolific years as an artist, and the work I did on her projects certainly influenced my own.