Deconstruction in Daniel Bilodeau’s paintings
Daniel Bilodeau is a Canadian artist who creates works of painting that tend to rebuild the images. Discover more in our gallery!
Daniel Bilodeau is a Canadian artist who creates works of painting and mixed media with a style halfway between realism and abstraction. Almost all his artistic production is characterized by deconstructed portraits, where the face of the subject is dematerialized through the use of fabric, string and other materials that contribute to the realization of the final work.
Many of the characters are women whose aesthetic is taken from Neoclassical imagery, reworked and updated in a pop key. Very often his projects are due to postmodernism, consumerism, and identity. By producing paintings of various sizes, Daniel accentuates dynamism that distinguishes his production.
You can take a look at his site here and at our gallery below!