Jeannette Lussier has taken many classes over the years through the U of S Art Extension Program. It is the colours and shadows of nature, spirit and history that draw Jeannette into the world of art, in both a visual and literal sense. The intensity that she finds when looking beyond the “familiar” inspires her to paint. Many of her creations are a voice directed to awaken the world into a more peaceful setting. “I don’t want to just paint what I see; I want to incorporate a message of peace and celebration.” Many of the Art Tiles include a message written on the back; from the artist, which speaks more directly about the art work. Lussiers’ unique idea of producing the work onto tiles comes from her own design. She first paints on canvas using oils or acrylics. The art is scanned and put onto a disc file. She then uses a process called “colour sublimation” using the combination of high heat and pressure to create the images onto tile. Each tile is then colour corrected and hand pressed. The result is a combination of traditional fine art in a contemporary presentation. Jeannette Lussier lives in Martensville, Saskatchewan. She is a juried member of the Saskatchewan Craft Council and a member of the Escape Artists in Saskatoon. Her work is in Government offices and private collections throughout Canada, USA, Europe, and Asia.

 

Behind the Scene © Jeannette Lussier

BeLonging © Jeannette Lussier

Cascading Fruit © Jeannette Lussier

Dancing in the Breeze © Jeannette Lussier

Garden Party © Jeannette Lussier

Newtons © Jeannette Lussier

Rouge © Jeannette Lussier

Rouge Pears © Jeannette Lussier

Sexy Lips © JeannetteLussier

Spirit © Jeannette Lussier

Swinging © Jeannette Lussier

Spirit 3 © Jeannette Lussier

Vessels © Jeannette Lussier

Universal Poppies © Jeannette Lussier

September Sky © Jeannette Lussier

Lunar Chakras © Jeannette Lussier

306-202-7315

 lussierart@gmail.com  

 

Work and tiles are available at several locations in Saskatchewan: the Mendel Art Gallery Gift Shop, Saskatoon,
Handcraft Gallery, Regina, and On the Avenue Artisan Gallery, Prince Albert.

 

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