Marie-Hélène Grenier

Marie-Hlle Grenier


Born in 1962 in Victoriaville, Marie-Hélène completed her training in 2004 after four intensive years at Mission Renaissance, a private school of Fine Arts. Quickly, she adds to her training teaching drawing and oil painting, which allows her to convey her knowledge and improve her artistic skills. After six years of teaching, she decides to devote herself entirely to her art.

Various renowned galleries have exhibited her works of still life, genre scenes and landscape.


• 8th Annual Competition Catalogue of Art Renewal Center

Collective Exhibit - 2012

• «Canvas Unbound»,
  galery of the Federation of Canadian Artists, Vancouver
• «Drawing Exibition»,
  galery of the Federation Canadian Artists, Vancouver

Honors & Awards

• International 2011-2012 Art Renewal Center Salon
   Landscape Category Finalist
• 3rd prize, AAPARS Fall Exhibition, 2011
• Academician, AIBAQ, 2011
• 1st prize, Visual Arts Week, Mt-Tremblant , 2006

Artistic Approach

The explosion in the arts, the wealth of knowledge, and the remarkable impact on humanity provided by the great 19th century Masters carry this artist to excellence. She is inspired by art that enhances beauty, such as the work of Ivan Chichkine and the contemporary artist, Joseph McGurl.

The nature of Quebec offers a multitude of unexplored facets and possesses a visual richness. She uses photographs as well as her own oil and charcoal sketches as a reference when creating her work. In addition, in accordance with tradition, her works are painted on mounted linen to ensure the quality and durability.

"Painting the beauty of nature to offer it to others, this approach leads to an opening of consciousness of my interconnectedness with all life."