• Oil on canvas - Huile sur toile
• 20" x 40" - 51 cm x 102 cm
• Made in Canada
• Signed Casol at the bottom right
Life, nature and health has always been a passion for Maryse Casol. "Depuis que je suis petite, j'adore les marches dans la nature et les aventures en vélo!" : Maryse Casol. In Quebec, there is a short moment in time, usually from October 1st to October 15, when the temperature rises back up, the sun shines, and all the trees turn from green, to red, yellow and orange, truly amazing and beautiful. People are happy, and there is a sense of excitement in the air! People want to celebrate, and discover the nature. Voyagers from around the world come during that time, just to witness, l'Été Indien.
The 2003 Collection
2003 was an amazing year! Maryse Casol completed her studies in arts in December at l'Académie des Arts et Beaux-Arts de Varennes, published her first catalogue for $12,000 with texts written by Sam Aberg for les Éditions Renaissance, had built a collection of over 15 paintings, and showed some of them at 3 exhibitions at the Novotel Hotel, Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel and the Mount Stephen Club in Canada. It is also the year that her son, Mickaël Casol, started the HEC Montreal business school in September.
- Acquired by Mr. André Morneau, Montreal, Canada, 2005.
- Casol Gallery, Montreal, Canada.
- Sidev Building, Montreal, Canada, Fall 2004.
- Casol Gallery, 2003 until 2005.
- Oneplayer.com, Casol puzzles, since 2009.
- Nicolette and the City, New York, USA, March 2008.
- Carré Casol, since 2008.
- MaryseCasol.com, since 2004.
Famous for Giving You Summer All Year Around! Maryse Casol liberates you in a constant Joie de Vivre, with vibrant colours, exotic landscapes, blazing still lives and neo-abstract paintings, inspired from the generous sun of the South of France, numerous journeys around the world, and the different cultures of it's people.
The story of Maryse Casol started when a little girl from France wanted to travel the world, which she did and came back with treasures, Art that will be given from our children, to their children, for eternity, in a tradition that was embraced many centuries ago (some say even over 100,000 years ago).