Lucie Bilodeau Fine Artist – Published Works

Lucie Bilodeau, ArtistLucie Bilodeau’s interest in art started at the age of 7. At 14, she became a student of Mission: Renaissance School in Montreal, Canada, to be taught the traditional fine art skills. There she took a series of 6 courses. Among these was an in-depth study of the masters: Rembrandt, Monet, Manet, Cezanne and Fantin Latour.

Ms. Bilodeau has distinguished herself by competing for 6 years in the “Cercle des Artistes Peintres du Quebec National visual art competitions”. By the age of 23, she had won 8 national awards. Also by that age, she won 2 International awards at the International Art Guild Competition in Florida. The International Art Guild was founded in Scotland.

"Exploring" by Lucie Bilodeau
Lucie Bilodeau painted “Exploring” (8 in by 14 in; oil on canvas) after being inspired by a 2-month-old black and silver–spotted Bengal kitten at a local cattery; she loved how curious and inquisitive the kitten appeared. As seen in the cover art, Ms. Bilodeau enjoys capturing the essence and beauty of wild and domestic animals.

In 1995 Ms. Bilodeau was one of the judges for the 11th Annual Judged Show of the Marathon Art Guild, in Florida. Four years later, she was one of the three judges for the Pigeon Key Foundation’s Fifth Annual Pigeon Key Art Festival, in Florida.

"New Generation" by Lucie Bilodeau
“New Generation”, oil on canvas, 24 inches x 32 inches, by Lucie Bilodeau. Completed in April 2012. Just licensed to The Canadian Group (TCG) for flat 2D puzzles.

Using publication services and ads, she got a contracts with Sagebrush Fine Art plus many other publishers and magazines.  Since 1990, many of Lucie Bilodeau’s works have been published as prints, fine art limited editions, greeting cards, puzzles, decorative tiles, counted cross-stitch designs, calendars, and many other products by different publishers and companies, including Sagebrush Fine Art, Pumpernickel Press, Evergreen Enterprises, Mega Brand America, Bits and Pieces, Sunsout and Pine Ridge Art.

"Tawny Eagle" by Lucie Bilodeau
“Tawny Eagle” is an oil on canvas, 24 inches x 11 inches. It was inspired from a picture Ms. Bilodeau took of a beautiful Tawny eagle during a safari in Tanzania, Africa.

The artist’s painting “Young Lion” was featured on the cover of the Wildlife Art magazine, March/April 2003 edition.  “Exploring” made the cover of the Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association (JAVMA), for the March 2016 publication.

Her painting “Carefree” was made into a 300 large pieces puzzle by Sunsout.  Her painting “In a Safe Place” was licensed to The Publishing House “Prof-Press”, Ltd for flat 2D puzzles.

Many of Ms. Bilodeau’s works can be found in corporations and private collections around the globe, including England, France, Russia, Germany, Japan, Australia, United States and Canada. She has been represented by fine art galleries since 1989.

You can view the art of Lucie Bilodeau at www.luciebilodeau.com

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