Jeanette Luchese

“November 1″ – Acrylic and Resin on Canvas – 24″ x 24″

 

My work, driven by thoughts is made through a thought-less process of intuitive mark making: a push-pull of mediums and modes metaphorically asking and answering questions. Freezing time, embracing those instants, those moments, that hold the world still, that have the capacity to move mountains with just a new breath. I welcome the uncertainty that exists within the mystery to better explore the rhythms of being alive in this wonderfully bizarre entanglement. 

Resilience is key: I am a forever optimist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bio

Jeanette Luchese is an Italian-Canadian creating within the disciplines of drawing, printmaking, painting, sculpture, poetry and when so moved, transcribing the results to sound. Graduate of School of Design and Visual Art, Georgian College and Sheridan College School of Design resides in Innisfil, Ontario Canada and exhibits Internationally. Recipient of in 2014, “Great Visual Arts Golden Eagle Trophy – Award of Honour, Salerno, Italy. In 2015 the Kandinsky Award of Creativity, Salerno, Italy. Published in Abstract | Ext, A first approximation to abstract literature¹ by David Quiles Guilló ­ Gone Once, page 76  (April 2015 ­ 45 authors. Printed in Spain) and Short Listed for the 2015 Gwendolyn MacEwen / Exile Poetry Competition published in ELQ Exile:The Literary Quarterly July Edition 2016.

2017 has seen work head off to Italy in the group exhibitions: Contemporary visual art “Golden Eagle 2017″, Roman Temple of Pomona, Salerno, Italy and HUMAN RIGHTS? #H2O – 161 Artists | 30 Countries, Fondazione Opera Campana Dei Caduti, Rovereto, TN, Italy. In  Barrie and Aurora, Ontario: A group exhibition in support of Truth and Reconciliation - Call to Action #83, MacLaren Art Centre and the Aurora Cultural Centre Gallery. 

Looking forward –  upcoming solo exhibition October 2018 Regional Campus Gallery, Barrie, Ontario, Canada. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Effects of Brown in a
world of Blue

A Walk in the Woods

Creamy Dreamy

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Time Scape

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Life 101 – Rock On

“Moments of What Seems to be Clarity” -

A Visual Spacial Reality

“A Visual Spacial Reality” – mixed media -

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My work, driven by thoughts is made through a thought-less process of intuitive mark making: a push-pull of mediums and modes metaphorically asking and answering questions. Freezing time, embracing those instants, those moments, that hold the world still, that have the capacity to move mountains with just a new breath. I welcome the uncertainty that exists within the mystery to better explore the rhythms of being alive in this wonderfully bizarre entanglement. 

Resilience is key: I am a forever optimist.

 

 

Bio

Jeanette Luchese is an Italian-Canadian creating within the disciplines of drawing, printmaking, painting, sculpture, poetry and when so moved, transcribing the results to sound. Graduate of School of Design and Visual Art, Georgian College and Sheridan College School of Design resides in Innisfil, Ontario Canada and exhibits Internationally. Recipient of in 2014, “Great Visual Arts Golden Eagle Trophy – Award of Honour, Salerno, Italy. In 2015 the Kandinsky Award of Creativity, Salerno, Italy. Published in Abstract | Ext, A first approximation to abstract literature¹ by David Quiles Guilló ­ Gone Once, page 76  (April 2015 ­ 45 authors. Printed in Spain) and Short Listed for the 2015 Gwendolyn MacEwen / Exile Poetry Competition published in ELQ Exile:The Literary Quarterly July Edition 2016.

2017 has seen work head off to Italy in the group exhibitions: Contemporary visual art “Golden Eagle 2017″, Roman Temple of Pomona, Salerno, Italy and HUMAN RIGHTS? #H2O – 161 Artists | 30 Countries, Fondazione Opera Campana Dei Caduti, Rovereto, TN, Italy. In  Barrie and Aurora, Ontario: A group exhibition in support of Truth and Reconciliation - Call to Action #83, MacLaren Art Centre and the Aurora Cultural Centre Gallery. 

Looking forward –  upcoming solo exhibition October 2018 Regional Campus Gallery, Barrie, Ontario, Canada.