Audrée H.-St-Amour studied fine arts and then specialized into jewellery and metal arts. She is a metal and mixed media artist whose artistic practice is halfway between the fine arts and the jewellery traditions. She creates wearable and decorative objects using precious metals, and natural and found materials. Her most recent pieces reflect on thought patterns and the effect of time on memories.
Audrée has taught visual arts and jewellery/metal arts to elementary, middle school, college and continuing students at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and in the Francophone South School District. She currently works as an arts administrator for the New Brunswick Arts Board. An honours graduate from the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design, she obtained a BAA, also with honours, from the University of New Brunswick.
Audrée has received grants from the New Brunswick Arts Board and Canada Council for the Arts and has exhibited her work nationally and internationally.
Moments from the past are constructed and transformed based on our personal experiences, feelings and traumas; personal interpretations shape our recollection of past events.
As time passes, these constructed memories make up the fabric of our identity and influence our present actions.
The series Memories explores the idea that, with the passage of time, it becomes almost impossible to clearly describe an event from the past and identify how it had an impact on our successive actions.
Established in 1976, Gallery 78 represents artworks of established and emerging Atlantic Canadian artists.
We are pleased to provide a range of fine art services including art consultation, framing, in-home trials, delivery, installation, shipping, and payment plans.
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