Luce Meunier

Luce Meunier uses a bare minimum of visual and graphic language to create her works and thus reflects about the power of painting as an action or reaction, for any given environment and support. The artist is concerned with original application processes, and finds non-classical methods to apply her subject. Formed by prominent folds, superimpositions, and illusions of transparency, her pictorial compositions explore space and highlight organizational structures in which geometry is more or less visible. Accentuated trajectories, paths, and intersections are generated as much by the freedom of the medium as by the rigidity of the canvas or of the technique.

Born in 1973, Luce Meunier lives and works in Montreal (Canada). In 2006, she was a finalist in the RBC Canadian painting competition. Her works were exhibited in numerous venues such as Plein sud – centre d’exposition en art actuel (Canada), Birch Contemporary in Toronto (Canada) and the Centre d’art et de diffusion Clark (Canada). Her works are included in many private, corporate and institutional collections such as the Prêt d’oeuvres d’art du Musée national des beaux-art du Québec, the National Bank of Canada, Hydro-Québec, Bank of Montreal and the Tedeschi collection.


Majudia Collection
Collection Anglocom inc.
Collection SidLee
Prêt d’oeuvres d’art collection (CPAO), National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec
National Bank of Canada
TD Bank
Nick Tedeschi Collection
BMO Collection
Collection Desjardins
Hydro-Québec Collection
Collection Tourisme Montréal
Collection Bibliothèque et Archives Nationales du Québec
Medcan Collection, Toronto (Canada)
Private collections