Highlighting ROAM Gallery Artist
Myriame Sarah - Painter
Myriame is a Parisian-Canadian encaustic and Cold Wax artist currently residing in Steveston Village, a historic fishing village on the South Arm of the Fraser River. Myriame’s thirst for art was cultivate from an early age. With frequent visits to the Louvre, le Centre Pompidou, Le Musee D’Orsay, her love for impressionism and post impressionism art developed.
Myriame began her young adult years as a Scientist, where she received her Master’s in Environmental Science at Columbia University in New York City.
After completing her studies, Myriame started to focus on developing herself as an artist. During this development, it became more apparent how much her cultural identity had shaped her. Her artistic signature encompassed both the landscape and ecology from the Pacific Northwest and the romantic melodious tones found in both impressionism and post impressionism French art.
Her choice of medium being made up primarily of organic materials such as wax from bees, resin from trees and pigments from the earth, reflects her deep rooted connection to ecology. Myriame’s work reflects the serenity of her surroundings and the soul of her cultural influence. There is a softness and graceful rhythm captured in each piece that is intended to generate a sense of ease and beauty in the viewer and collectors.
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ROAM Gallery, Vancouver, BC - Aug/Sept, 2017 Painting on the Edge - 2017
(Federation of Canadian Artists Vancouver, BC)
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