Michel Pleau exquisite compositions are marked by an unusuallly rich texture, super colors, and a remarkable play of light. When he paints landscapes, he tries to stay close to reality without compromising his painting style. He does not copy nature; rather, he lets it inspired him and awaken the spirit within him.
Born in Trois-Rivières, Québec, in 1949, Michel Pleau displayed a natural drawing and began a successful career in artistic design. Since 1972, he has participated in more than 20 group exhibitions in North America and Europe, including: “ten selected artists” in New York, “Theme Art, 15 peintres du Québec” in France, and a traveling exhibition in Spain. He has won many prizes including 1st Canadian Grand Prize in 1989 and he is a member of the Association des Artistes Peintres Créateurs Associes du Québec.
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