Kittie Bruneau
September 5-29, 2019

Kittie Bruneau
Paintings and Works on paper from the 70s to the present day

Exhibit until September 29
at 150 St. Patrick Street, Ottawa

Kittie Bruneau was born in Montreal in 1929. A free spirit, she left l’École des Beaux-Arts de Montréal to be trained by Muhlstock, Brandtner, Caiserman and Pinsky. Kittie does not belong to any school… she’s a school. Adopted by La Gaspésie, she has represented that region for more than 60 years in unique works where sea, fish, seagulls and boats dance and intertwine in unique visual compositions.

A nomad in her own time, Kittie Bruneau has travelled the world. She filled up with the colors and exoticism that characterize her works and make them so endearing and exceptional.

This exhibition is the sixth exhibition of Kittie Bruneau’s works in our gallery, an exhibition that also celebrates her 90th anniversary that will take place next October.

Sans titre, 1976

Sans titre, 1976
Acrylic on canvas, 51 x 71 inches

Passe-temps enchevêtré

Passe-temps enchevêtré, 1996
Acrylic on paper, 56 x 76 cm

La spirale

La spirale, 1978
Etching and colored pencil, 57,5 x 76 cm

La Marocaine

La Marocaine, 1995
Etching and collagraph, 108 x 77 cm

Sans titre II

Sans titre II, 1994
Acrylique sur papier, 56 x 76 cm

Vent de nuit

Vent de nuit, 1984
Acrylic and pastel on paper, 64 x 92 cm

Femme du désert

Femme du désert, 1988
Acrylic on paper, 76 x 56 cm

China, China

China China, 2010
Collagraph, Ed. 15, 43 x 50 cm

Jaisalmer revisité

Jaisalmer revisité, 1989, eau-forte, 37 x 44 cm

Agonie du Tibet, 1976-80

Agonie du Tibet, 1976-80
Acrylique sur toile, 185 x 185 cm

Kateri Tekakwitha

Kateri Tekakwitha, 1976
Acrylic on canvas, 85 x 85 pouces

À la vitesse d’un nuage

À la vitesse d’un nuage (St-Benoît-du-Lac), 1977
Drawing, 56 x 76 cm

Champs givrés

Champs givrés, 2008
Collagraph, 28 x 38 (papier)

Avant-midi

Avant-midi, 1986
Acrylic on canvas, 61 x 91,5 cm

Moricette

Moricette, 2003
Sérigraphie, 56 x 61,5 cm