Welcome to the wonderful world of Maryse Casol! One of the greatest artists of the XXth and XXIst century, and 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 by her numerous journeys around the world.
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From the powerful Atlantic sea, to the generous sun of the Mediterranean, high mountains of the Pyrenees and the Alps, art capitals of Paris, Venice and Rome, great United States of America, fresh air of Canada, happy music from South America, exotic cuisine of the Caribbean, shining stars at night in the desert of Africa, the mystic Middle East, to the futuristic Asia: Maryse Casol with her artworks, will transport you to all these amazing destinations of our universe!
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On a second, and deeper level, experience freedom with Maryse Casol by discovering the theory of fine arts, conjugated with concepts of philosophy such as life, wisdom and transcendence.
Enjoy pure spaces, simplicity of the form, greatness of the colour, and iconography, offering you moments of joy and peace, perfect to create modernity and a warm boldness, in your home, office, boutique, hotel, restaurant, café, bank, yacht or museum!
Mamie Maryse avec Valentina, Noël 2015.
Photo : Mickaël Casol.
26 Avril 2015
Oil on canvas painting, Enlacement by Maryse Casol, is featured in the August 2014 Elle Spain Magazine edition, thank you Editor in Chief Benedetta Poletti and Shahed Kavousi, director of the Kasser Rassu art gallery in Marbella.
In 2011, Casol again had the honour to be one of the sponsors of the Art Monaco fair held on the beautiful Côte d'Azur at the Grimaldi Forum for the second year from March 31 to April 3rd.
May 22, 2009
Maryse Casol launched her new collection of women silk scarves at the Time Supper Club in Montreal, Canada, with a photoshoot and film making of the campaign Je Suis Une Fauve, a fashion show of the Carré Casol, a Samba dance extravaganza, and party with house music and R&B, vodka and chocolate cake!
2008, Casol launches a square silk scarf collection made in Lyon, France by Bianchini-Férier, also known as Brochier Soieries, the silk leading firm around the world since 1890. Bianchini were the first ones to work with famous artists such as Dufy, Picasso and Klimt on silk scarf collections. Soon after the launch, the Carré Casol was offered for sale for you at the new boutique on marysecasol.com, and exhibited at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts boutique in August, 2008. Thank you to your support, le Carré Casol has been bought worldwide, from Los Angeles to Tokyo!
To promote the scarves, Mickael Casol, and his soon to be wife Noriko Emen traveled to New York City to have interviews with media, and to the different art fairs of the moment, but also to Paris and Monaco to meet with buyers, and to the UAE for meetings in Abu Dhabi, and to host a conference at the Esmod French Fashion University in Dubai.
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2007 : Mickaël Casol, son and art dealer of Maryse Casol, after graduating from the HEC Montreal business school in May, going to France with Desjardins to visit the banks in Paris and Strasbourg, visit his family and explore the French Riviera in the summer, and go for a weekend in a Range Rover to New York City with his friends in September, organized with his fiancée Noriko, a Maryse Casol art exhibition at the Ristorante Buonanotte in Montreal, Canada, inviting the elite of the city, such as Gary and Grace Oberman, Michael and Yolanda Page, lawyer Pierre Saint-Aubin of BCF, athlete Nordine Taleb and international model Daniel Bernard, on December 4, 2007.
March 2006, her son and art dealer, Mickaël Casol, went to Las Vegas to support his friend David Loiseau, fighting in the main event at UFC 58 vs Rich Franklin. During the day, Mickaël walked all the strip, casino by casino, to find an art gallery for his mother Maryse Casol. Every gallery owner said no, but as you learn in martial arts, never give up until you succeed.
In February 2006, Maryse Casol is part of a group exhibition at the HEC Montreal business university, and later in May had a solo show during a golf tournement, also organized by HEC in Canada.
That same year in Montreal, in the fall of 2006, a Maryse Casol art exhibition was organized in the lobby of the 1100 René-Lévesque Ouest, where a woman of the BCF law firm won the painting Parfum de Toscane during a draw to thank the people of the Oxford Building.
In 2004, the son of Maryse Casol, Mickaël Casol, while still in his first year of business school at HEC Montreal, decided to organize an exhibition in Côte des Neiges near the University in a building owned by his friend Mr. Sam Benatar, president of Sidev.
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The exhibition was a success, with all the community being present at the event, including friends and family, but also top business executives, lawyers, doctors, athletes, professors and the National TV.
Maryse Casol, after completing her studies in arts in December of 2003 at l'Académie des Arts et Beaux-Arts de Varennes, published her first art book CASOL for $12,000, built a collection of over 30 paintings, and was part of 3 group exhibitions at the Novotel Hotel, Marriott Chateau Champlain Hotel and the Mount Stephen Club.
1998, with a passion for arts, and the desire to express her emotions, Maryse Casol started to study at l'Académie des Arts et Beaux Arts de Varennes in Quebec, Canada with professor Sam Aberg, international art critic and art historian. The practice of Maryse Casol included the rhetoric of the compositional aesthetics of art, both classical and modern, with art history, iconographical, semiotic and philosophical concepts. She also took courses in comparative art criticism covering the various movements in painting. The pleasure Maryse Casol had in composing and creating colours, gave her a focus on the fauvist painters, such as Matisse, Vlaminck and Derain but also the other modern artists such as Picasso, Modigliani, Kees van Dongen and Chagall.
Driven by her love for philosophy and a constant desire for spiritual and mystic transcendence, Maryse Casol also studied at that time, the Scriptures of the Torah, and the thoughts of famous philosophers such as Aristotle, Epictetus, Maimonides and Spinoza.
During the 1980s and 1990s, era when the world lived a recession in the USA, saw the wall of Berlin collapse, and the end of a Millenium, Maryse Casol had a successful career in the business of voyages, starting as a reservation agent for Meliá Tours, to general manager of Utmar Tours, all the way to sales director for Accor Hotels which included the Sofitel, Novotel and Mercure brands.
Maryse Casol, Isla Margarita, Venezuela, Caribbean Sea, 1993
During those years, Maryse Casol had the privilege for her work to explore many seas and continents, to make new friends and to learn about their cultures and hospitality, in destinations that included the USA, Canada, France, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Netherlands, Italy, Jordan, Morocco, Turkey, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Cuba, St-Martin, Venezuela and Brazil. You can discover in the artworks of Maryse Casol, the incredible and magnificent landscapes of these countries, the nature, and the joy of living of their people.
In 1977, after graduating from the University of Bordeaux in Literature & Philosophy, Maryse Casol left France to adventure in the Americas, in Montreal, Canada.
Maryse Casol with her cousin Michel Moucheboeuf in Miami, July 1973
Mario & Edith Casol, parents of Maryse, during their honeymoon at the Bassin d'Arcachon, Atlantic Ocean, France, 1954.