Forest by a lake - oil - 16 x 20

LIST OF EXHIBITIONS

Below is a partial list of artist Clemence St. Laurent’s activities and documentation related to her art, including a LIST OF EXHIBITIONS. Please click on each link for more details:

EXHIBITIONS

COLLECTIONS

DONATIONS

PAINTERS CATALOGUES

BIBLIOGRAPHY

EXHIBITIONS

(in chronological order)

November 9-16, 1970 – Retrospective – Theatre du Cuivre, Rouyn, Quebec – paintings and drawings from 1936 to 1970

December 1-7, 1972 – Theatre du Cuivre, Rouyn, Quebec – 79 recent paintings

December 7, 1972 – Solo exhibition at the Culture Centre, Rouyn,Quebec

November 6-19, 1974 – Cegep de Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec – featured by the Comite des Expositions artistiques de Rouyn-Noranda

February 1978 – Muriel Millard Art Gallery in Hollywood, Florida

June 10-13, 1981 – Solo retrospective – Galeries de Mont-Joli, Quebec – 150 paintings presented

September 25-27, 1981 – Caisse d’entraide economique, Rouyn, Quebec – prepared by Marcel Bureau for Les Mecenes de l’Art

list of exhibitions, Clemence St-Laurent at one of her exhibitions.
Clemence St-Laurent at one of her exhibitions.

October 5-6, 1981 – Group exhibition at the Reception Hall, Jardins de Coulonge, Sillery, Quebec – by Hugues de La Roche & Associes

September 19-22, 1983 – ‘Reflets & Couleurs: Recent and Previous Works’ – Art Gallery Hugues de La Roche & Associés

December 1983 – recent paintings – Art Gallery Hugues de La Roche & Associes

1983 – Group exhibition – Salon national des Galeries d’art – Quebec City, Baie-Comeau, and Montreal, Quebec

1985 – Group exhibition – Salon international des Galeries d’art – Quebec City, Baie-Comeau, Rouyn-Noranda and Montreal,Quebec

May 10-19, 1986 – ‘Winter and the Other Seasons: Unique Scenery from Yesterday’s Rural Life’ – Art Gallery Hugues de La Roche & Associes

October 3-10, 1986 – Retrospective 1936-1986 – Centre francophone de Toronto, Ontario

Clemence St-Laurent at her Toronto exhibition, Oct. 1986
Clemence St-Laurent at her Toronto exhibition, Oct. 1986.

May to September, 1989 – ‘Femmes Peintres du Quebec’ – Musee Marc-Aurele Fortin, Montreal, Quebec

April 8, 1990 – Group exhibition – Entrance hall, Universite du Quebec en Abitibi-Temiscamingue – by Les Mecenes de l’Art d’Abitibi-Temiscamingue Inc.

July 9 to September 29, 2009 – Mont St. Joseph, Carleton-sur-Mer, Quebec

February 17 to March 16, 2013 – ‘Contemplation of Nature’ Galerie Restigouche Gallery’ – featuring 82 paintings

Radio interview about the above exhibition: on CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corp.) – Link: http://ici.radio-canada.ca/emissions/tout_un_samedi/2014-2015/chronique.asp?idChronique=274756

Painting ‘Clam Diggers’ – exhibited permanently at the Musee de la Gaspesie, Gaspe, Quebec

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COLLECTIONS

In addition to private owners, a number of corporations have collections of paintings from Mrs. Saint-Laurent, such as Noranda International, Caisses populaires Desjardins, and Nahanni Companies.

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DONATIONS

Cover of Souvenir Album (1943-1983), Association Forestiere de l’Abitibi-Temiscamingue Inc. – featuring an oil painting by Clemence Saint-Laurent, titled ‘Rang 6 a Evain’

Painting showing the cities of Rouyn and Noranda – offered in 1969 to Mr. Claude Gosselin, Minister of Land and Forestry, Government of the Province of Quebec

Painting showing the cities of Rouyn and Noranda – offered in 1970 to Mr. Remi Thibault, Director of the National Bank of Canada branch, Rouyn, Quebec

Painting offered in 1972 to Mr. Kevin Drummond, Minister of Land and Forestry

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PAINTERS CATALOGUES

Mrs. Clemence Saint-Laurent was listed in the following artist catalogues:

Marche de la Peinture au Quebec’ – by art critic Jacques de Roussan

Le Guide Vallee – Marche de la Peinture’ – by Felix Vallee, Editor of the art magazine ‘Le Collectionneur’, and Nicole Lamirande-Blouin, professor at Laval University, Quebec City

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Le Facteur, Ma Plume, Mon Balluchon – Edited by Jean Belanger, Mont-Joli, Quebec – A book on the correspondence Mrs. Saint-Laurent had over the years with family members and friends, some of whom she met during her many trips to various countries.

Mrs. Saint-Laurent also wrote numerous articles in newspapers about her travels.

She made diaporama presentations on her trips, complete with narratives and soundtracks.

Greeting Cards: Mrs Saint-Laurent made greeting cards featuring her own paintings. She sent out hundreds of those cards on festive occasions.

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