To celebrate 25 years' of operation, the Espace Verre training centre has organized, in collaboration with Espace Création Loto-Québec, an exhibition that gathers the works of emerging glass artists known for the artwork in the Loto-Québec Collection.
Founded in 1983 by Ronald Labelle and François Houdé, Espace Verre supports and promotes glass art in Quebec. In addition to sculptures and glass items created by the two founders and other established artists, such as Michèle Lapointe, Élisabeth Marier, Donald Robertson and John Paul Robinson, the exhibit, entitled "Fusion", presents a selection of works by emerging artists, including Maude Bussières, Patrick Primeau, Caroline Ouellette and Tanya Lyons.
Visitors can also discover two new glass works of art and some twenty paintings from the Loto-Québec Collection, signed by, among others, Marc Garneau, Marcelle Ferron and Louis Muhlstock.
Lastly, numerous photographs and a video that takes you on a tour of the Espace Verre workshops will guide visitors along the path of glasswork.
Until March 23
Espace Création, ground floor of Loto-Québec's headquarters
500 Sherbrooke West