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Guy Simoneau

Guy Simoneau's ceramic work is divided into two parts: stoneware turned pieces and porcelain objects made by molding. He uses a wide range of colors that he works in superimpositions creating plays of light and shadow rendered by matte or shiny textures. His passion for clay makes him think about forms that pose technical challenges. The pictogram of the leaf comes back as a leitmotif in his creation and certain abstract motifs belonging to his world of forms are linked to architecture. The technical mastery and the quality of their realization make his creations as aesthetic as functional.

In 1992, Guy Simoneau was the winner of the prestigious Jean-Marie-Gauvreau Prize (awarded in honor of the founder of the Salon des métiers d'art de Montréal).

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