Carole Spandau was recently honored by CTV NEWS NET featuring her delightful paintings of Montreal street scenes. The interview aired repeatedly, coast to coast across Canada, resulting in a flood of new-client requests for her beautiful paintings of Montreal's magnificent winding staircases, nostalgic scenes of children playing hockey and popular Montreal landmarks..
She studied painting at the Montreal Museum of Fine Art and was mentored by Arthur Lismer founder of Canada's Group of Seven,her use of bold brushwork and expressive color came at an early age, and is the signature trademark appeal of her highly coveted paintings. Her beautifully detailed oils capture the color,ambiance,joie de vivre, excitement and flavor of some of North America's great cities.Montreal comes to life on her canvases.
She is currently listed with the Magazin'art Biennial Guide to Canadian Artists in Galleries.Through the years, Carole has exhibited her works in numerous galleries. Carole's work can be found both in private and in corporate collections throughout the world.
All paintings are fully copyrighted by the artist Carole Spandau in accordance with U.S.and Canadian and International Law 2012
How to see my art or contact me:
At my studio, by appointment only:
At the gallery:
For more information or for an appointment, please call my studio at 514-486-0731
On my website: carole-spandau.artistwebsites.com/index.html
Golteez at Cote St. Luc shopping Center at Coronation and Cote St. Luc Road, Montreal.
Java U at the corner of Victoria and Jean Talon, Montreal.
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