Canadian Contemporary Artist

Louis Tremblay, a Canadian contemporary artist born in 1965 of unknown father and mother, makes his nest in the north of the province where he finds love and serenity. Blossomed and inspired, he devotes himself to the art of painting with which he manages to create his own universe.

LOIS

The Emergence of a Canadian Contemporary Artist

LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist

Art in its
Purest Form

It was at a very young age that Louis Tremblay discovered the revealing power of art. Both in terms of their appreciation and their creation, visual works transmit to him new notions of expression and new ways of experiencing emotions. Consequently, he chose to become a Canadian contemporary artist, to share his vision of artistic expression with the world through powerful and colorful works. To this end, he completes his studies at the École des Beaux-Arts, and actively rubs shoulders with his creative peers on the contemporary scene. Thus, LOIS is born after 35 years of experimentation, development and concretization of his visual identity, driven by burst post-modern baroque influences.

Establishing Worldwide Recognition

The arrival of LOIS on the international arts market is quickly felt. Its active presence in numerous exhibitions, symposiums and artistic events allows it to exchange with people and to develop its notoriety. Little by little, the Canadian contemporary artist sees his vision come true. With a presence in galleries from coast to coast, his works are quickly understood and adopted by the general public. Always guided by the same passion, LOIS aims for new horizons to share his vision.

LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
“For him, art is more than an escape from expression; it is a process that testifies to the strength of emotions through movement and colors. His works are created in a burst of passion, by subconscious impulses, memories, feelings. LOIS succeeds in thrilling collectors with provocative and modern portraits of remarkable quality. He is a true star, a Canadian contemporary artist who takes his place on the international scene. ” – S.M. 2019
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist
  • LOIS | contemporary Canadian Artist

After participating in several international competitions, including several victories and special mentions, LOIS is no longer an emerging Canadian contemporary artist. With new encounters, a real team develops around the creative project LOIS to allow the artist to enter the international scene by being accessible well beyond the art galleries with a street corner. In 2020, LOIS becomes accessible to the whole world with new virtual resources to promote his art.

The artist’s vision

LOIS constantly manages to reinvent the synergy between his rich artistic background and his intimate experience. First of all, the ability of faces to transmit feelings becomes a real obsession for LOIS. In the depth of the glances and the intensity of the facial expressions, he discovers the possibility of transmitting emotions through evocative portraits that seem to be drawn from passionate scenes. Moreover, the mystery behind the meaning and interpretation of faces becomes a true characteristic of LOIS’ artistic journey. Then, the woman also plays a central role in the artist’s creations. In the mix between desire, softness and complexity, women inspire LOIS’ vision to give a voice to his works. There he discovers an unsuspected harmony between fragility and power, which through the portraits tells a story specific to the one who interprets it.