Renée Morin, a multidisciplinary artist paints with acrylics and uses mixed techniques. Numeric impression is also part of her work and she prefers stone and bronze for sculpting.
Her scientific training in microbiology enabled her to work with the infinitely small to the infinitely big. From MACRO to MICRO she metamorphoses parts of flowers, fruits, pollen and microorganisms within her abstract creations which are full of colors and vibrant textures. She loves nature and the strength within these phenomenons which she interprets and transforms into her colorful and promising creations.
Within her sculptures, nature’s strength is also present in an abstract way. One may find a representation of pieces of life and the difficulty in establishing a just balance. Everything wavers between equilibrium and imbalance, a theme which is recurrent within her sculpted creations. Therefore, in painting, in sculpting or in numeric impression she privileges abstract creations of parallel worlds.
The exhibit contains more than thirty paintings and twenty sculptures.
For more than fifteen years, she has participated in many solo and collective exhibits and has received numerous honorific mentions. Her creations may be found in several private collections.