Geoff Green - C.M. Founder, Students on Ice and Canada C3 Expedition Leader
Charles Coffey - O.C. Indigenous Awareness Canada
Bob Epstein Executive Producer, NBC Universal
David Tyreman, World Famous Branding
Lori Ransom - Senior Advisor Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.
Fred Penner - C.M. O.M.
Annie-Claude Roberge - Sekoya - réalisatrice, productrice, photographe
d’authenticité hors du commun!
James Raffan - Speaker, Author, Adventurer
The painting Arabesque has whisked me into a wonderful new world.
Samantha Frost - Associate Curator New York Arts Magazine
Anne Caron, Centre Médico-Chirurgical Nyon SA
Il est incontestable que Dominique maîtrise la technique , mais plus que cela, la liberté qui émane de ses toiles est la qualité que je mettrais en avant de son art et qui reflète pour ce que je la connais sa personnalité.
J’aime l’originalité de ses scénographies tout en gardant toujours l’esthétique de ses sujets. Gage du respect qu’elle porte au monde qu’elle peint.
Pat Booth Design - UK
Geta Etorolopiaq - Inuit Carver
Tom E. Murray - On-board-data-systems, QC
John and Susan Mclean - Mont Tremblant
Welcome to the website of Metis artist Dominique Normand. You will discover painted works, documentaries and information on her journey into the Territories she loves. Her work is inspired by several years of travels in the Wild Northern Quebec, where the abundance of resources, fauna, lakes and rivers, gradually transform her perception of people, things and life in general. The production of painted works bordering on abstraction as well as documentaries born from these pilgrimages are imbued with grandeur, emotion, movement and vitality. You there find contemporary figurative art, canvases and paintings formats that range from very large to miniature. Her attachment to the Native culture of Quebec and Canada is palpable and breathes throughout her work. Portraits of the Cree people of James Bay, paintings of landscapes, teeming swamps and animals of the boreal forest, describe her passion for the People of the Land and these remote wilderness areas. You will also find her work in several galleries: Gallery WallSpace in Ottawa and Espace Culturel Ashukan in Montreal representing First Nation, Inuit and Metis artists from Canada.