The artist Jacinthe LeBlanc will be exhibiting at the Corrid'Art gallery of the Multipurpose Centre for the months of July and August. The opening of the exhibition: The Quarantine Project will take place on Wednesday, June 29 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
« In March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic led to a mandatory home quarantine for everyone. The photography of my miniatures became my way of forgetting what was happening in the world. In mid-March, the Focus Camera club launched a 14-day challenge. Members were required to post a photo taken inside their homes daily on a theme provided that day. From there was born the idea of The Quarantine Project. As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to upset our lives, I decided to create a photo a day using my miniatures. I like the challenge of reinventing an object and integrating it into my photos. My works are often humorous and evoke emotions, regardless of the age of the viewer. It is an imaginary world without limits. For me, these miniature characters take me back to my childhood, they push me to be creative. »
Come discover the artworks of Jacinthe LeBlanc!