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Belugas, Daniel Grenier (1994)

<i>Belugas</i>, Daniel Grenier (1994)

Daniel Grenier was born in Montreal in 1967 and now lives in Laval. He likes to think of himself as a self-taught artist, although he has had some formal training: he obtained a DEC in plastic arts from the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal and also studied for a year at the Montreal Academy of Arts.
Since 1987, Daniel Grenier has been an independent painter - his favourite medium is acrylic paints and his favourite subjects are fauna and pristine landscapes.

Between 1985 and 1990 he exhibited his work in a number of collective exhibitions throughout the Province of Quebec - Montreal's Botanical Gardens, the Château Frontenac in Quebec City and le Vieux Presbytère de Saint-Bruno. In 1986, he was awarded a scholarship by the Fondation de soutien aux arts de Laval.

In 1993, he was commissioned to paint three large murals for the Centre d'interpretation des mammifères marins at Longue Pointe, Mingan. That same year, the Fondation de la faune du Québec chose Daniel Grenier to illustrate the Fondation de la faune's 1994 conservation stamp and print.
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