Artist painter of the suspended time, Patrice Goubeau transforms instants into eternity as if life has been suspended forever. Patrice Goubeau's artworks are now exhibited in New York city.
The divinley individualistic paintings of Goubeau Patrice entice the eye and excite the mind. His works, which usually feature an inquisitive protagonist, are ripe with symbolic imagery, vivid colors, and a surrealist mode of composition. His investigations of meditation, time, mortality, and transcendence have contributed to the mystical nature of Patrice’s work.
"I like to share my perceptions of the world," he states, "resulting of the close interactions existing between the past, the present and the future." Each painting serves as point of departure for Patrice’s audience, a philosophical marker to engender contemplation on the human condition. Patrice began exhibiting his work around France in 1986, gaining momentum in salons, galleries, and private collections in Italy, Canada, and recently, New York. He has been awarded the Grand Prize award from the Salon des Artistes Français and recognized for his achievements at the Brancusi Cultural Center in Montreal. Patrice lives and works in Canada.
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