Marguerite’s landscapes marry the Renaissance perspective tradition with an American expressionist approach. The paintings engage with the artist’s perceptions of various points of view in Boston. From a pictorial standpoint, the landscape series explores various mediums and techniques, mixing oil and spray paint with acrylic and collage.
But what is a city without its people? The second component of Marguerite’s work explores Boston’s youth through portraiture.
These paintings aim to pay tribute to a rich diversity of styles, personalities, genres, origins, and cultures in a visually thriving and energizing series.
About Marguerite Wibaux
These past experiences in the realm of couture translate into Marguerite’s art. There is a passion for patterns and an obsession with composition and structure while staying true to the energy and character of her subjects.
The colorful diversity of Marguerite’s artwork is also influenced by her childhood. Marguerite was born in Argentina and has lived in Peru, Italy, China, France, and the USA.
Currently, Marguerite’s pieces are commissioned and sent to galleries across the globe, from Milan to New York.
To learn more, visit Marguerite's website: https://margueritewibaux.com/
Gallery Opening and Related Events
portraits and landscapes by Marguerite Wibaux
The Center is proud to host the show French Eyes on Boston, a collection of portraits and landscapes painted by Marguerite Wibaux. This event is at capacity.Read More