Marc Tremblay

Marc Tremblay

After studying psychology, computer science and earning a bachelor degree in fine arts, I took an in
depth journey into digital painting. However, before I came to that point, I experimented with several
mediums and tech-niques, such as airbrush, brush and drawing. I emerge today, after a long period of
questioning, on this new style, closer to my preoccupations, such as life, astrophysics, canticle
mechanics and the meaning of our existence.

Artistic approach
I seek above all the expression of the body in an aesthetic that seeks to make this realistic
poetry in a work shifting reality in order to touch the sensibility of the mind in an approach
as emotional as scientific.
We are dust of stars. How not to be amazed at the splendor of the universe? The nebulae, the
galaxies, the infinite diversity of stars and beauties that space offers us. Our bodies, molecules
and atoms are derived from the stars. The bodies I represent in their beauty, I express them
on the colors of the universe as so much explosive nebula.
The Greeks bore the body to perfection in order to sublimate the human in its divine and
perfect. It becomes an integral and exalted part of it in its transcendent aspect of the world
that permeates life. We are reflections of light, we are dust of stars.
Digital painting is a form of art that originated in the 1990s. Traditional painting techniques
are applied using a graphics tablet and software. Today’s instruments allow precise

Digital painting is very similar to traditional painting, but differs from it on its nonlinear
process and the lack of physical support. On the other hand, it is easier today to
make an impression of art of high quality. To conclude, you could compare digital
painting to artistic photography or even serigraphy as equally valuable artistic

Recent exhibitions
Agora Gallery New York (summer 2017/group)
Québec, Canada (summer 2017/group)
Gallery of the Cégep de Jonquière (winter 2014-2015 \ group)
Gallery Gora (summer 2016 \ solo)
Chicoutimi Exhibition Center (Fall 2016 \ solo)
Gallery of the Cégep de Jonquière (winter 2017 \ solo)
Previous exhibitions (before 2016)
Galerie Toqué Rouge (permanent group exhibition)
Galerie l’Oeil Tactile (group)
Hall of the Olympic Stadium (group)