Pâturages, ouvriers et friandises glacées
A work by Donald Trépanier
The work Pâturages, ouvriers et friandises glacées, found on the building of the former Dallaire dairy, was produced for the Dion Group.
Artist designer : Donald Trépanier
Production artists: Ariane Ouellette, Valéry Hamelin, Andréane Boulanger, Donald Trépanier, Stéphanie Dupré-Guilbert and Johannie Séguin
Medium : Acrylic paint
Dimensions : 110 feet x 30 feet
Year : 2021
'Each of Donald Trépanier's paintings takes us to utopian territories. His imaginary constructions translate into a pictorial research centered on the artistic questions inherent to the history of art. Between figuration and abstraction, he physically breaks down and deconstructs his representations, which allows him to take the necessary distance to deconstruct and analyze them.
Source : Rock Lamothe Gallery
After completing his college studies in visual arts in Rouyn-Noranda, Donald Trépanier undertook a bachelor's degree at the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), which he completed at UQAT. He continued his studies at the Master's level in visual and media arts at UQAM. His production is twofold, performance and painting. He teaches visual arts at the Cégep de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue.