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Housed in a two-story structure, in Quebec's Montcalm neighborhood, Galerie Linda Verge has been delighting visitors with exquisite works of contemporary art for over 30 years. Artworks by renowned names along with creations by upcoming artists are showcased here, providing a great platform to promote this form of art. Paintings, that reflect the vibrancy and technique of color, and sculptures, that reveal skills of moulding, are the kind of works displayed at Galerie Linda Verge.
Galerie d’art inuit Brousseau et Brousseau, in Quebec's Vieux-Quebec neighborhood, was established by Raymond Brousseau in 1974. This gallery was where Brousseau could showcase his collection of sculptures by local artists, that he has been accumulating since 1956. In 1999, he opened the adjoining space as the The Brousseau Museum of Inuit Art. The Hydro Quebec Room is a permanent zone that showcases the original collection by Raymond Brousseau. Beautifully crafted sculptures by local Inuit artists, mainly revolving around their culture and beliefs, comprise the artworks on display at both these galleries.
Nestled in the heart of Vieux-Quebec neighborhood of the city, Lacerte Art Contemporain provides a platform for contemporary arts. Originally established as Galerie Madeleine Lacerte in 1981, the history of the gallery goes back a decade when Madeleine Lacerte began collecting beautiful artworks. This gallery plays host to series of rotating exhibitions that help promote local as well as international artists. Artists like Boulva Eveline, Lemoyne Serge, Tremblay Julie, Quintana Carlos are amongst the many talents whose works have been showcased at Lacerte Art Contemporain.
If you wish to peruse beautiful artworks by local Canadian artists, the head over to Galerie Perreault, nestled in the heart of historic Quebec. Professional artists delving in contemporary and fine arts are well represented at this gallery. The walls of the gallery are covered in subtle hues of brown and beige, that enable to bring out the vibrant colors of the paintings. Madeline Lemire, Anne Marrec, Michel Pleau and Benoit Simard are some of the many artists, whose works have been displayed here. The gallery also has a second location, a few blocks away, at côte de la Montagne street.
The Beauchamp and Beauchamp Art Gallery is a gem in the collection of art galleries, established by art enthusiastic couple, Marc and Claudette Beauchamp. Following the success of Galerie d'art Royale, their first gallery established in 1993, the Beauchamps were motivated to open the doors to Galerie d’art Beauchamp et Beauchamp a few years later. This gallery offers a platform to promote Canadian artists. Contemporary and classic artworks can be perused here. The varied themes, ranging across landscapes, portraits, animals, abstract and more, are sure to appeal to the discerning art lover.