Biba Schutz, Maria Phillips, Sondra Sherman

April, 2017|0 Comments

BIBA SCHUTZ, MARIA PHILLIPS, SONDRA SHERMAN          From May 5 to 27, 2017, Noel Guyomarc’h Gallery presents its newest exhibition : « Biba Schutz, Maria Phillips, Sondra Sherman ». The exhibition engages the works of three major women artists from the United States in a dialogue that hopefully will provide a fertile and constructive insight into three different visions and creative processes. To Noel Guyomarc’h, bringing these artists together is interesting as all of them, through different techniques and imageries, search to convey a private and almost intimate feeling : a closeness to the body, a sensibility towards home, the [...]

A quiet unfolding of ideas : Pamela Ritchie

March, 2017|0 Comments

 A QUIET UNFOLDING OF IDEAS : PAMELA RITCHIE            2017 Saidye Bronfman Award Laureate It is with great excitement that Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h will be presenting « A quiet unfolding of ideas : Pamela Ritchie», from April 1 to April 29, 2017. This new exhibition aims at being both a retrospective and a tribute to a more than 35 years career artist, Pamela Ritchie, who is attending the gallery’s cases for the second time. The gallery represents the artist since 2005. She is the recipient of the prestigious Saidye Bronfman Award 2017, the foremost distinction in excellence in [...]

Tooning into Enamel, Zachery Lechtenberg & Aurélie Guillaume by Toni Greenbaum

December, 2016|0 Comments

Tooning into  Enamel, Zachery Lechtenberg & Aurélie Guillaume by Toni Greenbaum for Metalsmith Magazine, Vol.36, N°5

Rebecca Hannon : Interview by Adriane Dalton for Art Jewelry Forum

December, 2016|0 Comments

11/25/2016 REBECCA HANNON: CONTEMPORARY CAMOUFLAGE Galerie Noel Guyomarc’h, Montreal, Quebec, Canada By Adriane Dalton The brightly colored, interlocking, laminate shapes that form the perplexingly composed necklaces and brooches in Rebecca Hannon’s recent exhibition Contemporary Camouflage are the result of investigations into the effects color has on form, and the complex configurations made possible through laser cutting and 3-D printing technologies. In this interview, Hannon shares details about her inquisitive approach to nonprecious materials, and illustrates the value of research opportunities that allow mid-career artists to thrive. Adriane: Tell us about your background, where you are from, and where you live currently. Rebecca Hannon: [...]