International model turned singer Pascale Bourbeau reveals another one of her numerous talents with her first photography exhibition — entitled Fleurs d’eau — at Galerie 203 from October 29 to November 19.

Pascale Bourbeau
Valentine (2019) | 16×16 | ©Pascale Bourbeau

Pascale is a multidisciplinary artist with a passion for strong, life-affirming images. Born in Montreal, she felt an early yearning to travel and see the world, which was greatly facilitated by a modelling career.

Pascale Bourbeau in an outfit from the Envers par Yves Jean Lacasse collection | @Jean Valade

Self-taught artist with a unique sense and passion for nature, Pascale catches a sunset, the details of a flower, the energy and atmosphere of a landscape, the smile of a child, the flight of birds.

Pascale Bourbeau
Voltige | ©Pascale Bourbeau

Since she has always been drawn to the sea, Pascale started a few years ago to experiment underwater photography. And with the flowers of her garden was born the series Fleurs d’Eau.

Pascale Bourbeau
Méduse (2019) | 16×20 | ©Pascale Bourbeau

Collaborating with her mother, painter Mireille Tessier Bourbeau, as she exposes her own new creations, Pascale unveils to us the fruit of her last months of work during a dual exhibition at the elegant Galerie 203.

Daughter-mother dual vernissage at Galerie 203

With the success of her latest project, only one questions comes to mind: What other talents is Pascale Bourbeau waiting for the right moment to reveal to us in the near-future?

Pascale Bourbeau
Pascale Bourbeau at Galerie 203

Here is what you need to know about Pascale Bourbeau’s Fleurs d’eau Exhibition:

Exhibition date: Tuesday, October 29, 2019 — Tuesday, November 19, 2019
First vernissage date and time: Tuesday, October 29, 2019, from 5PM to 9PM
Second vernissage date and time: Thursday, November 14, 2019, from 5PM to 9PM
Location: Galerie 203 | 227 Rue Notre-Dame Ouest, Montréal, QC H2Y 1T4
Admission fee: Free
Website: galerie203.com/pascale-bourbeau
Instagram: @pascalebourbeau_artiste

Photos credit: Sonia La Ronde

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