Smokey head


Dimensions: paper 13″ X 16″, print 11″ X 14″.

Print (giclé) on Entrada 300g archive paper.

Limited edition of 10.

Signed and numbered

Comes with a Certificate of authenticity.

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Dimensions 11 × 14 in

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The Scary Door

Starting bid: 2,000.00$

Oil, acrylic and spray can on canvas
60″ X 48″
Production year: 2017
Starting bid: 2000 $

Value: 4500 $
Buy it now for: 3 800 $
Free shipping to Montréal, 390 $ throughout Quebec, 450 $ in Canada, 520 $ USA.
Minimum bid increment: 100 $

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Ending On: 8 May 2021 12 h 00 min

Timezone: America/Toronto


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Dimensions 48 × 1.5 × 60 in

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Auction started 27 April 2021 14 h 00 min

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Who's that Pat?

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Patrice (Pat) Cantin was born in Jonquière on November 27, 1978. A graduate in photography and painting from the CÉGEP de Jonquière, he studied visual and media arts at the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi, then at the University of Quebec in Montreal, where he earned his bachelor’s degree. He explores the interdisciplinary aspect of painting and performance, as well as painting and music.
At a very young age, Cantin remembers that he drew … Everywhere. “I drew: in my locker at school, my notebooks, my diaries, my skateboards.” An object once drawn is no longer just an object but its creation. Cantin could have had a career as a graffiti artist, but his interests, many, took him elsewhere.

His creative process was born in two stages. The idea of painting comes first from a composition and a color. Composition, especially for his abstract works, is often the sum of ideas accumulated over time. “I don’t take notes. The shapes, the moods, the colors, the contrasts are superimposed in my head. The material, on the other hand, often stems from previous work on the canvas. There may be several overlays at the beginning of a painting. But it is the movement of matter that determines the rest of the work, the result of which is never predetermined.

“I love everything about creation. I have so many projects to carry out, it’s an obligation to get up in the morning: I have to create. »