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 Lucie Bilodeau  (1967 - )

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/Quebec / Canada      Known for: wildlife, still life, animal, landscape

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The following biography has been provided by Lucie Bilodeau, artist.

Lucie Bilodeau was born in May 1967. Canadian by birth, she now lives in the United States, in Massachusetts with her husband. She is known for her realistic wildlife, animal and spiritual oil paintings.

Her 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 six courses, among these was an in-depth study of the masters: Rembrandt, Monet, Manet, Cezanne and Fantin Latour.

Lucie has distinguished herself by competing for six years in the "Cercle des Artistes Peintres du Quebec National visual art competitions". By the age of 23, she had won eight national awards. Also by that age, she won two International awards at the International Art Guild Competition in Florida. The International Art Guild was founded in Scotland.

Many of her works can be found in private collections around the globe, including England, France, Germany, Japan, Australia, United States and Canada.

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

Lucie had her work exhibited in the Key West Art and Historical Museum, for the "Women in Art" exhibit, in 2000 and 2001.

In September, 2002, the artist took her first trip to Africa to study the wildlife of Africa in their natural habitat. She visited the Tarangire National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Crater, the Serengeti National Park, the Lake Manyara National Park and the Arusha National Park.

The artist's painting "Young Lion" was featured on the cover of the Wildlife Art magazine, March/April 2003 edition.

She is also featured in the Fine Art Market Guide "Le Guide Vallee" of Canada, as well as the National Canadien Publication "Cent Vingt du Cercle des Artistes Peintres du Quebec". Additionally, she has been featured in Wildlife Art, Sporting Classics, ARTnews, Manhattan Arts, Aging Successfully, The National Bulletin and Focus (The Luxury Lifestyle Magazine of South Florida).

AWARDS

From: Le Cercle des Artistes Peintres du Quebec
Provincial award
Award of Excellence for the oil "Zantor", 1984

National awards
Silver medal for the oil "Reveuse",1985
Special Mention for the oil "Night Voyage",1987
1st People's Choice for the oil "Night Voyage", 1987
5th People's Choice for the oil "Etres Exterieur de son Corps", 1988
6th Trophy all Categories for the oil "Immortality", 1989
1st prize People's Choice for the oil "Immortality", 1989
6th Prize of Excellence for the oil "Only a Game", 1990

From: The City of Montreal
Homage to the Laureats, Exhibition at the Maison du Meunier, 1990

From: The International Arts Guild
International awards
People's Choice 1st prize for the oil "Night Voyage", 1990
1st Prize Oil Category for the oil "Only a Game", 1990

From: The Manhattan Arts News, New York
Award of Excellence for the oil "Only a Game" Cover competition 1993

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