sandra-chevrier

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Sandra Chevrier currently lives in Montreal, Quebec. She is a gaze collector, an idea chaser and a full time single mom. Her work takes her traveling over a broad range of fluctuating emotional enigmas and concepts that have set the standard of our modern communication.

Working in a home studio, Sandra produces her work at a full-time scale, aggressively pursuing a common thread until it is worn away, leaving her to begin on a new path.

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Sandra Chevrier: The Wonderfully Corrupted Beautiful Women

Find below some superb artworks by artist Sandra Chevrier. The pieces of art presented further down are obtained by using collage or loose and heavy textures of paint. The women seem to be emerging from the surreal world within the canvas. As the artist explains: “A dance between reality and imagination, truth and deception.”

Artist Sandra Chevrier lives in Montreal, Canada. Sandra, who is a full-time single mom as well, works in her home studio on ideas sparking from a range of different concepts.

The series titled “cages” is all about a message that Sandra is trying to get out there. As the artist clearly explains on her website:

You may be able to find out more about the artist on her personal website, her Facebook page, her MySpace profile, or even her Blogger website.

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Sandra Chevrier’s “Les Cages: A Fractured Gaze” at Mirus Gallery

Canadian artist Sandra Chevrier’s collaged portraits utilize a facet of pop culture that has never, until recently, been regarded as “for women”: the superhero comic book. In recent years, the world of comics has broken down its macho modus operandi, yet the superhero narrative continues to be emblematic of a dichotomous, stereotypical view of gender. Chevrier creates portraits of women, reclaiming the narratives they have been excluded from by collaging climactic scenes from Batman and Superman into masks that hide the female sitters’ true identities. For her upcoming show, “Les Cages: A Fractured Gaze,” Chevrier said that she intentionally depicted the masks as suffocating and oppressive, symbolizing the gender discrimination that persists today. “Les Cages” opens on April 5 at San Francisco’s Mirus Gallery and will be on view through May 10.

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New paintings by Sandra Chevrier, Syd Bee, Victor Grasso, Erik Siador, Tran Nguyen, Allison Sommers, Seth Armstrong, and Mark Dean Veca.

Part of our current exhibit, “LAX/SFO” curated by Thinkspace Gallery. On view until November 22nd at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, CA.

View the entire exhibit on our website here:  http://www.hashimotocontemporary.com/