Zabel

Gallery : Le Bourget
Zabel

Birth: Born in Trois-Rivières.

Training: Zabel holds a bachelor's degree in recreation from the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières. Later favoring a career as an artist, her discernible enthusiasm and talent have since resulted in her widespread renown throughout the international artistic community.

Medium: Oil and Acrylic.

Artistic approach : Zabel makes use of a spatula to apply vibrant colours to her canvases; thereby giving them both life and energy. Her subjects, often locked in romantic embraces, can be seen surrounded in gold leafing which suggests the divine nature of their relationships. The artist’s paintings, more than anything else, champion the beauty of love and they are sure to appeal to likeminded viewers and collectors alike.

Exhibitions: Zabel’s work has been the highlight of several symposiums and exhibitions in Canada, the United States, Mexico, France, Holland, Spain, and Italy.

Collections: Her pieces can be found in many private collections across Canada, the United States, and Europe.

Awards: Honoured Guest at M Festival Art et Lumières de St-Sauveur 2017, 1st Prize Concours Prix International des Galeries Mondial Art Académia 2016, 1st Prize Art Challenge in Rosemère June 2016, Chevalier Académicienne Mondial Art Académia France 2016, 2nd Place Art Challenge L’Assomption August 2016, Finalist at the Gala Artisan de la MRC des Chenaux catégorie Commerce 2015, 2nd Prize Camille St-Pierre 2012 et 2013, Participated in the symposium de Peinture de Baie-Comeau, Coup de cœur du public Boucherville 2013, First place in the jury category ‘Originalité Symposium’ in l’Ile St-Quentin 2012, Symposium Des fleurs et des jardins Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade 2012, First prize in the jury category for Vivacité Symposium de l’Ile St-Quentin 2011, and Honourable member of l’Association des Artistes Peintres du Centre-Mauricie.

Media coverage: Several journal articles (Nouvelliste and La Presse), televised and radio interviews (Radio-Canada and Radio Francophone Winnipeg), as well as articles in art publications (Magazin’art, Cahier spécial).