Vincent Bolduc's artwork is an abstract expression of many elements such as nature, society, and emotions. He explores the tension between the geometric and organic, the precise and the chaotic, the seen and the unseen. The lines and shapes are intertwined and in constant interaction mediated by variations of colour. He works in an intuitive way, creating compositions that stimulate the senses. His technique is one of precision and patience involving a sequence of planned steps that create a meditative state of mind. Each time, however, resulting in a very different creation. Each piece is composed partly of squares, cut from magazines - each one unique and selected to invite the viewer to take a step closer. The artist invites you to ponder this playful expression and notice if it moves you and in what way.
Vincent Bolduc is an abstract artist based in Toronto. He was born in 1967 in Quebec City. For 31 years, he was a primary teacher in Toronto. He has always had a passion for visual arts and consistently enjoyed doing visual arts with his students. He is a self-taught artist and now retired, he is devoting all his time and energy to create art pieces that use the elements of colors, shapes and lines to create unique abstract pieces.
Vincent creates his work in acrylic paint and consistently includes an element of collage consisting of little pieces cut out from magazines. He is very much interested in organic shapes found in nature but also enjoys giving his pieces an hardedge component.
Vincent is an emerging artist who showed in a group exhibition at the Arcadia Gallery in Toronto. Some of his work was sold at auctions for the Theatre Francais of Toronto and other organizations.
He gets inspiration from artists like Kandinsky, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Paul-Emile Borduas, Jack Bush, Norval Morrisseau, Claude Tousignant, Burton Kramer and many more.
He hopes that his work will inspire people, stimulate their senses and engage conversations.