Manon Miserany

Manon Miserany

Montreal, QC, Canada

About Manon Miserany

Bio

Contemporary "playful" artist Manon Miserany who signs ÖMiserany®, was born in Montreal. In 1997 Manon acquired a great mastery of pictorial communication, after several years of research and several broadcasts in cultural centers, art gallery and on the Web. His works are found in several public and private collectors in Montreal and Paris. Some of them have been the subject of significant set designs on film sets (notably for Sphere Media and Hollywood productions).

Since the age of 4, ÖMiserany has enjoyed drawing while she travels by public transportation. At the tender age of 7, she discovered the work of impressionist painter Claude Monet. This encounter turned her world upside down. She appropriated his turquoise blue in 2011.

Manon, true to her passion for art, but still hesitant to commit herself full-time, engages an active life in the fashion world in Sherbrooke, Quebec. There she completed her studies in the field of design in Trois-Rivières and in theatrical creation at Collège Lionel-Groulx in Ste-Thérèse, a school renowned for its excellent Theater Option program. Manon quickly finds herself working on movie sets as a hairstylist for over 21 years to fund her artistic research and to disseminate her work. In 2006, she opens her art school Atelier ÖMiserany, while finding the time time to produce more than 700 paintings. It is only in 2013 that she dedicates herself entirely to painting and immerses herself in an intense creative research, this to the delight of many collectors who appreciate and support her work.



Approach

Generally, her paintings reflect the essence of the diary that she maintains assiduously since the age of 12. She seeks to express in her paintings a groovy like imagery or life force that permeates her work. This technical approach is defined by the exploration of sketching, dripping, vibrating markings borrowed from Impressionists while using sublime and modernist techniques. She always aims to maintain transparency and luminosity in her paintings by applying layers of washes. The placement of markings create known places within compositions that suggest that the canvas is not enough, everything is not said and that it continues elsewhere. She wants to create for each of her paintings a sensory event that she calls "Groove" and she wishes to make the viewer feel the musical effects of smooth blurred colors. The result is a rhythmic momentum of joy and fulfillment.


Always while travelling, ÖMiserany produces a series of "little faces". These rigorous drawings executed quickly capture vivid impressions left on her by the people she meets. These emotions provide her with a small glimpse of the persons feelings. More than a portrait, these sketches become testominials of encounters with strangers, for whom existing is enough to arouse in ÖMiserany curiosity and interest that remains with her and her subject.

In March 2014, she launched a group challenge on Facebook. The Challenge: a drawing a day for 30 days allowed her to begin a new approach, that of creating imaginary faces, with a vibrant touch that is not necessarily focused on beauty. Technically, she achieves this effect by holding a pencil in an unstable manner. She gently draws a swirl that gives birth to eyes, then a nose and then a mouth. An expression eventually appears, the "Little Face" is born! ÖMiserany furthers the stylization by placing the portait within a timeless setting, and the face is then refined so that the lovely little character is begging to be adopted. The "Little Faces" are also found in the form of delicately colored canvases.

Education

•Speaks french.
Bachelor of fine art at the University of Quebec at MONTRÉAL in 1997
 Université du Québec à Montréal. Baccalauréat en arts plastiques : dessin, peinture, photographie NB, danse/mouvement expressif.

His artistic influences : Jackson polllock, Willem de Kooning, Clyfford still, Egon schiele, Claude monet, Lucian Freud, Malcolm T. Liepke, Gerhard Richter

Events

2014 à 2016 Festival Classica, peinture en direct et enchère, www.festivalclassica.com St-Lambert, Qc (sur sélection)
2015 MTL EN ARTS , expo/vente plaza St-Hubert , www.mtlenarts.com Montréal, Qc (sur sélection)
Catalogue / Publications
1993 Apologie du pluriel, texte sur l’œuvre Accord rompu, exposition Automne, par karoline George
1991 Journal Le voir, photo de l’œuvre Ruelle de Montréal, www.voir.ca Montréal, Qc

Conférences/rencontres / Conferences/Meetings

2006 à 2017 Enseignement de l’art visuel à l’Atelier_ÖMiserany, Montréal, Qc

2015-2016 Enseignement aux jeunes de 4 à 12 ans pour Les Amis de la peinture de St-Léonard, Montréal, Qc

2015- Conférence Créer pour soi et les autres, pour Carrefour des femme de St-Léonard, Montréal, Qc

2014 Conférence Cheminement de l’artiste en tant que femme, pour Carrefour des femme de St-Léonard, Montréal, Qc
2006 et 2005 Galerie Port Maurice, conférence et démonstration, Le corps selon ÖMiserany, Techniques mixtes,Montréal, Qc

Exhibitions

GALLERY NOW, Montreal, QC, on web at saatchiart.com/omiserany of 2014 to today and to atelier_ÖMiserany® Montréal since 2006
ÖMiserany Was represented by , ImpresArts, Arts Monaro, and Art Bressan on St Paul Street, Montréal, Qc 2015

www.omiserany.com
https://www.facebook.com/omiserany.gallery
https://www.instagram.com/omiserany/

Sélection Expositions individuelles / Selected Solo Exhibitions
2017 Atelier_ÖMiserany, La vie en rose de ÖMiserany ,
2017 Atelier_ÖMiserany, Les tites faces d’amours , www.omiserany.com Montréal, QC,
2016 Image de d’Outremont, Image de soi ÖMiserany, www.omiserany.com Montréal, QC
2016 L’Atelier_ÖMiserany,10 ans 5@7 Montréal, Qc
2016 Les Romantique de ÖMiserany, à Institut national de santé publique du Québec, Montréal, Qc
2016 ÖMiserany, 50 ans ça ce fête 5@7 Montréal, Qc
2015 L’Atelier_ÖMiserany,5@7 pour vendre mes 5x7’’, Montréal, Qc
2015 Culture Saint-Léonard, exposition PopUrbain dans la Bibliothèque de Saint-Léonard, Qc
2011 à 2015 à L’Atelier_ÖMiserany, Portes ouvertes au trimestre, Montréal, Qc
2007 Galerie Chez George Laoun Musée, Nature morte, www.georgeslaoun.com rue Sherbrooke, Montréal, Qc
2006 Galerie Chez George Laoun, Mou, www.georgeslaoun.com rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, Qc

Sélection Expositions collectives / Selected Group Exhibitions
2016 Galerie l’Artiste, Fantaisies,www.galerielartiste.com QC.ca Montréal, QC
2016 Espace contemporain l’Artiste, scène de vie personnages, www.lespacecontemporain.com QC.ca Montréal, QC
2015 Arts Monaro, Exposition du temps des fête , www.galerielydiamonaro.com Montréal, Qc H2Y 1Y8,
2015 Arts Monaro, Ouverture, www.galerielydiamonaro.com 40 St Paul Ouest Montréal, Qc H2Y 1Y8,
2015 Galerie Arts Sutton Regard sur l’humain, www.artssutton.com Sutton, Qc
2015 Galerie Port Maurice, Grand’Art, professeurs pour Les amis de la peinture, Montréal, Qc
2015 Galerie du Mai, SalonEsque, www.m-a-i.qc.ca Montréal, Qc
2015 Galerie MX, Moi m’aime 2015, www.galeriemx.com Montréal, Qc
2014 Galerie sur le web Saatchi art, www.saatchiart.com
2014 L’espace Urban Body Studio, Peindre pour la vie, avec www.artmtl.com Montréal, Qc (sur sélection)
2014 Centech, Art et Entrepreunariat, avec ArtMtl, www.artmtl.com Montréal, Qc (sur sélection)
2011 Galerie Kaf Art, Juste des corps, www.galeriekafart.com Montréal, Qc
2009 Galerie Port Maurice, Creations, avec Les amis de la peinture, Montréal, Qc
2008 à 2010 Galerie Kaf Art, Rouge, www.galeriekafart.com Montréal, Qc
2008 Galerie Kaf Art, Miniature, www.galeriekafart.com Montréal, Qc
2008 Galerie Port Maurice, Colori, Montréal, Qc
2007 à 2011 Galerie Kaf Art, Offrez l’art www.galeriekafart.com Montréal, Qc
2007 Galerie Port Maurice, Autour de la table, avec Les amis de la peinture, Montréal, Qc
2006 Galerie Port Maurice, St-léon’Art, avec Les amis de la peinture, Montréal, Qc
2005 Galerie Port Maurice, Souvenirs en harmonie, Montréal, Qc
1996 Galerie de L’ÙQAM, Printemps plein temps, www.galerie.uqam.ca Montréal, Qc
1996 Galerie 406, Édifice Belgo, 16 Solos, Montréal, Qc
1993 Galerie de L’ÙQAM, Automne, www.galerie.uqam.ca Montréal, Qc (sur sélection par jury pour la bourse Mc Abbie)