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Mireille Moller

Mireille Molleur grew up near Missisquoi Bay, where an attentive grandmother fed her with books, soft pastels and pencils. Then during her thirties, while she worked for the Ministry of

provincial agriculture, she truly fell under the spell of the agricultural territory and the banks and waterways of Missisquoi County, subjects which are at the heart of her work.

Mireille Molleur says she is influenced by the approach of Seymour Segal and the coloring of Tania Lebedeff. Inhabited by doubt which she welcomes as a driving force for creation, she chooses to dress her canvases in blues, greens and whites, suggesting nature and its territory dressed in sometimes unreal shades.