Daniele Rochon, ‘Table Top Still Life’, 1983, Oeno Gallery
Daniele Rochon, ‘Table Top Still Life’, 1983, Oeno Gallery
Daniele Rochon, ‘Table Top Still Life’, 1983, Oeno Gallery

Uniting brilliant colour and line, Canadian artist Danièle Rochon distills the essence of a sunlit interior with table and still life. Using tilted or flattened space, the artist has tapped into cubism filtered through the work of fauvist painters such as Matisse in this charming acrylic on paper.

Daniele Rochon, RCA, is a Quebec painter born in Ottawa. After studies at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts school and the Saidye Bronfman School of Fine Arts Rochon began to exhibit in Canada and the US especially New York and San Francisco. Rochon eventually settled in the south of France exhibiting across Europe especially Paris, Barcelona and Copenhagen. Rochon maintains a studio in Montreal and Provence.

Rochon’s work is held in many private, corporate and public collections including the Musée de Sherbrooke, the Musée du Quebec, McMaster Universitiy Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of Ontario.