The Artists

Elsy Torres was born in Barranquilla, Colombia. She has a hotel administration degree from The AutónomaCaribe University in Barranquilla. It was at this time of her life that she started to develop her passion for fine arts with the help of good professors.

Her studies over, Elsy moved to Montreal, Canada, got married, is in the process of raising her three children while succeeding in her post graduate studies in management at Concordia University of Montreal.

With more than 20 years of experience in this area she became part of associations such as: The Artists’ Circle of the West Island, The Collective Artistic Traces Multiples and The Beaconsfield Artist Association. She explores visual expression trough imagination, creativity and source of continue learning. The issues addressed in her work are related to fields such as: spiritual, social and environmental.

She continues to dedicate attention to specific techniques in fine arts such as, Mixed Media, Oil painting and Acrylics, which take her to another type of inspiration, expressing all her imagination in a realistic level. Presently she lives with her husband and her three kids in Montreal.

Exhibitions:

2018 , HACHEM, Vaudreuil-Dorion, Qc/ Beaconsfield BAA,/ La chine expo-vente artisanale, The Beaconsfield Art Association BAA.

2017 Vernissage Beaconsfield Art Association BAA.

2015,2016,2017 Vernissage.The Artists’ Circle of the West Island, Pierrrefonds Cultural Centre.(ART PREMIERE GALLERY –LACHINE-MTL).

2014 Vernissage.The Artists’ Circle of the West Island, Pierrrefonds Cultural Centre.

2014 Expo-vente LaChine-Maison du brasseur, Nov. 7,8,9.

2013 Vernissage.The Artists’ Circle of the West Island, Kirkland Municipal Library 17100 Hymus Blvd. Kirkland, Qc, H9J 2W2

2012, Le cercle des artistes de la Banlieue Ouest. Centre culturel Pierrefonds.

2011, 2012, Expo-vente LaChine-Maison du brasseur.

2011, Vernissage.The Artists’ Circle of the West Island, Pierrrefonds Cultural Centre.

2010, Exposition Artistique collectif, Traces Multiples. Les foufounes électriques.

2009 – 2010, Vernissage. The Artists’ Circle of the West Island.Pierrefonds C. Centre.

2009, Café Graffiti. Traces Multiples.

2000, Colombia Cultural week. Embassy of Colombia in Canada.Consulate in Montreal.

1999, Multicultural Art-Exhibition Ogilvy’s Tudor Hall./ in Canada.Consulate in Montréal.

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Elsy Torres
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www.fineartamerica.com/profiles/elsy-torres