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Antoinette Hérivel

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Antoinette Hérivel
Born1943 (age 76–77)
🏳️ Nationality
Other names
🏫 EducationSouthlands College, University of Regina
💼 Occupation

💵 Salary :
Painting, Drawing, Mixed media
🌐 Website[1]

Amazon.com Logo.png Search Antoinette Hérivel on Amazon.Antoinette Hérivel (born 1943) is a prairie artist currently living in Gabriola Island, British Columbia.[1] She works in a variety of mediums, including oil painting, drawing, and mixed-media collage.[1]

Early life and education[edit]

Antoinette Esmé Hérivel was born in 1943 in Shipley, England. In writing her 1996 thesis, Hérivel described her early love of art: “As a child, I had an instinctive feeling that when I was drawing, I somehow had found a way of playing in which I could become thoroughly immersed and occupied.”[2] She studied painting and arts education at Southlands College from 1961 to 1964.[1] Writing on her choice to become a teacher, Hérivel said: “My decision to become a teacher was influenced by the fact that I was able to study in London at a college in which arts played an important role.”[2] Following her education in London, Hérivel accepted a teaching position in Canada in 1967 and became a permanent resident in Regina, Saskatchewan.[1]

She continued to teach in Saskatchewan while also pursuing a higher education at the University of Regina, graduating with her Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and drawing in 1986.[1]  She then received her Master of Education in 1996 also from the University of Regina.

Career[edit]

Hérivel is heavily involved in the prairie art communities and has worked with the local Children's Theater, ArtSask[3] and CARFAC.[1] She has also served as a mentor for emerging artists.[1] She has shown her work across Canada and the United States and her art works are held in private and public collections in Canada and Great Britain.[1]

Themes[edit]

Much of her work is centered around the themes of memory, women and domesticity, imagination, and autobiography.[4]  In writing about the themes of work, Hérivel noted: “Memory is a major source of ideas in my work.  Although I refer to reference materials, I like the freedom to manipulate and play with imagination.”[2] Her exhibition “Fragmented,” from 2010 explored her and her parent’s experience and memories in Jersey during it’s occupation by the Nazi’s in the Second World War.[1]

Work[edit]

Selected Solo Exhibitions

Observation to Imagination: Hive Gallery, Gabriola, BC (2017)

Fragmented: The Artist's Studio, Gabriola, BC (2016)

Frocks: Plaskett Gallery, New Westminster, Vancouver, BC (2015)

Frocks: A selection: Gabriola Medical Centre, Gabriola, BC (2014)

The King of Spain’s Daughter: Elsie Scherle Art Gallery, Regina Beach, Saskatchewan (2010)

Fragmented: Art Gallery of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan (2010)

Random Sample: McIntyre Street Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1995)

Studio Visit: Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1993)

Through the Looking: Glass Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1992-1995)

It’s Never Over Until the Fat Lady Sings: McIntyre Street Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1992-1995)

Have a Nice Day!: McIntyre Street Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1990)

Coffee Row: joe moran gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1989)

Mainstreet: McIntyre Street Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1988)

Selected Group Exhibitions

Endless Possibilities: Artistic Collaboration with dancer Tracy Pfieffer, Regina, Saskatchewan (1994)

Women And: Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Laughing Matters: Mendel Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1992)

Saskatchewan Open: Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1990)

Regina Billboard Project: Regina (tour), Saskatchewan (1989)

Refugee: Rosemont Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan (1988)

The Farm Show: A Documentary: AKA Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (1987)

Un Echange/An exchange: Articule/Neutral Ground: Articule and Neutral Ground Gallery Montreal, Quebec and Regina (1987)

Women’s Sensibilities: W.A.R.M. Gallery, Mineapolis, Minnesota (1986)[4]

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 Squareflo.com. "Saskatchewan NAC Artists | Antoinette Herivel". www.sknac.ca. Retrieved 2019-03-17.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 1943-, Herivel, Antoinette, (1996). At the turning of the tide : how lived experience is transformed into knowledge through visual expression : an autobiographical record. Ottawa: National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada. ISBN 0612145638. OCLC 46536140. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  3. "ArtSask".
  4. 4.0 4.1 1943-, Herivel, Antoinette, (1996). Antoinette Herivel : voyage into the interior : extending the painted image. Powell, Barbara Pezalla., Dunlop Art Gallery. Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery. ISBN 0920085903. OCLC 35927828. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png

External links[edit]

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