Natalie Légère: About, Artist Statement and Bio. Painting Chronos 3, 30”x30”, mixed media on canvas.

Artist Statement

I draw geometric forms, one next to one another; sometimes they are delineated by colorful lines that separate them, other times, the line is imperceptible and the shapes of different colors define themselves among each other.  Each shape is unique and consists of choices in variables such as: the angles, the color, the size, the curve (if there is one) and it’s placement within the composition.  The relationships between these shapes make for an active visual reading where the eye bounces between the many small fragments of the non-linear network.


I draw geometric forms, one next to one another; sometimes they are delineated by colorful lines that separate them, other times, the line is imperceptible and the shapes of different colors define themselves among each other.  Each shape is unique and consists of choices in variables such as: the angles, the color, the size, the curve (if there is one) and it’s placement within the composition.  The relationships between these shapes make for an active visual reading where the eye bounces between the many small fragments of the non-linear network.


Bio

Natalie Legere artist painter

Natalie C. Légère

Natalie Légère was born in Moncton, New-Brunswick, Canada.  She received her BA in 2008, from the Université de Moncton.  Légère has presented solo exhibitions at The Moncton Public Library, Moncton, NB, and The Natalie Légère Art Gallery, Woddstock, NB.  Her recent group exhibit include the Third Space Member’s Pop-Up at SJTL, Saint-John, NB.  Légère was part of last year‘s Catapult Arts Accelerator Program with ArtsLink NB.  This year she will attend the Naked State Artists Residency.  Légère is currently painting non-figurative oils on canvas, teaching curriculum through the Arts (Genie Arts) at l’École Le Sommet in Moncton, recently opened Galerie d'art Natalie Légère Art Gallery in Woodstock, NB where she will be hosting a workshop on finding your artistic voice this Spring.  She currently lives in Woodstock First Nations, NB, Canada.