The work is on paper and framed. Featuring Fourniers classic use of primary colors they feel fresh and very alive.
Paul Fournier was born in Simcoe, Ontario in 1939, and spent his early years in Hamilton. He studied at the Ontario College of Art, and later studied etching as a guest artist under Professor George Wallace at McMaster University. Fournier has travelled through Canada, England, Northern Ireland, and the Middle East, the Caribbean, Florida and other regions in the Southern United States. He resides and has his studio in Toronto. Fournier has had major solo exhibitions in Toronto, Guelph, Hamilton, Edmonton, Houston and Washington, D.C. His work was brought to international attention through the important exhibition - 14 CANADIANS: A CRITIC'S CHOICE - which was selected by critic Andrew Hudson for the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (The Smithsonian Institution) in Washington, D.C. and the group exhibition - THE NEW GENERATION: A CURATOR'S CHOICE - organized by Kenworth Moffett of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts for the Andre Emmerich Gallery in New York.
Framed size 22.25 x 19.5 inches