Marie Aloir

Painting Saint-Étienne-de-Bolton, Québec, Canada

discovered the arts at 13 years old. Marie Aloir studied with Tom Hopkins, Iréna Korosec, Gordon Ladd, Pierre-Léon Tétreault and Lucio de Heusch.
She taught for 10 years and then devoted herself to painting in 1983. She is a Canada Council for the Arts scholar and works in monumental works, most of which have been seen in Artists' Centers and Houses of Culture.
Since 2002, the paintings of Marie Aloir are characterized by very rich impastos, bright colors with cheerful contrasts and luminosity. She paints mainly flowers and since 2008, her seashore series, whose realism courts textures and impasto.
Her works have been seen and are part of private collections in Quebec, Ontario, the United States and France.