Pierre Beauregard was born in Sainte-Angèle-de-Monnoir, a small village in Québec, Canada. At the age of seventeen, he left his native region for the city of Montréal where he still lives today.
A self-taught artist who’s first interest was in sculpture and stained glass. He soon took a definite orientation towards painting. One can see the formal and aesthetic influence of those two disciplines in his method of composition in certain of his paintings.
At the crossroads of abstraction and figurativism, the pictorial language of Beauregard reveals a universe constructed from a simultaneous harmony of playful lines and affirmation of geometry and volume. He allows different elements to interact freely in movement and ambiance.
His many diverse voyages across the world had a strong influence on his art. New landscapes, the variation of light and the richness of different cultures greatly enhance his artistic explorations.
For Beauregard, painting is a form of communication that transcends verbal language and spurs the imagination of the observer by suggesting a thought or an emotion.
– Marie-Ève TanguaySee more pictures of the artist ->