Montreal-based, artist Véronique Besançon, whose inspiration is drawn from French, Hungarian and Russian, was raised in France before immigrating to Canada in 1997 armed with her multicultural origins. Exposed as an early age to the Arts, she was pursued writing, contemporary dance, theater and the visual arts. Her wide travels and migrations are felt and radiate from her artwork. Her paintings have been showcased in curated international events and her paintings are part of private and public collections in America, Europe and Asia.
great meals about colors and volumes!
sincer -rebel -joyfull
2nd International Meeting of Marrakech, Workshop Dar Zagora, AAC
Marie et Véroniq font une expo, Galerie Mile End
Vos papiers s'il vous plaie, galerie Exhibart
Je suis la migrante voyageure, Galerie Espace
Art expo Bejing, ArtBank
Women in Art, Ward Nasse Galerie
Great big small XIII, Cube Gallery
New-York Art fair, Ward-Nasse Gallery
Info/Town of Mount royal
Portrait of a local artist
Selected artworks from town of Mount Royal Public collection