Acadian artist Mario Doucette lives and works in Moncton, New Brunswick. Doucette has shown his work professionally since 1998 in various mediums and genres – including drawing, painting, videos and super8 film. He has exhibited widely in Canada and has participated in several international exhibitions, namely in France, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Doucette is very active in the arts community and is a member of Collectif Taupe. During a recent residence in Brouage, France Doucette completed a series of works which took the form of half drawing and half painting and were a response to research and reflections of the effects of colonization.
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Mario Doucette, 1755 (Curling III), 2008. Pastel, ink, pencil and acrylic on wood. 66 x 122cm