Andrée amarica

Andrée Amarica's Biography


Andree Amarica is an accomplished artist whose paintings have sold in Europe, USA, Canada and the Caribbean. She has been a prolific for the past eighteen years specializing in acrylic, ink and collage.

Andree was born and raised in Quebec City, Canada, where she grew up in an artistic and musical family. Music was prevalent throughout Andree's childhood as her great grand father founded the first Symphony Orchestra in North America in 1902. After studying music and piano for eight years, Andree moved to Europe and began her painting career inspired by the blessings of a great spiritual saint. During a trip to France, she met with several high profile art dealers from England and Spain who invited her to discover the famous Foire Internationale d'Art Contemporain (FIAC) in Paris. These events were the beginning of a long love affair with the visual arts.

Upon her return to Canada, Andree started painting full time and with intense inspiration created an impressive body of work. In 1997 she joined a Cooperative of Artists, called Enriched Bread Artists (EBA) where she was a member for three years. Annual exhibitions were held each year and Andree’s art was well reviewed.

In addition to selling in Canada, Andree was approached by an art collector from Switzerland to expand her artistic horizons towards Europe and international markets. Her paintings are now owned by many private collectors in Europe, USA, Canada and the Caribbean. One of her paintings made the cover of Homes and Land magazine in 2009.

Andree has exhibited in the following art galleries.

- The Artist's Alley, San Francisco, California
- The Saddle Club, Yonahlossee, North Carolina
- Galerie D’Art Orleans, Gloucester, Canada
- Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron in Ottawa, Canada
- Enriched Bread Artists, Ottawa, Canada
- Galerie Calligramme, Ottawa, Canada
- Art Oasis, Boone, North Carolina, USA
- The New Art Center, New York City



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