Web site: www.ducrosart.com
Her mission: Add beauty to the world by creating high quality art work accessible to all.
Transcending time, the works of Ducros permeate sensitivity. Utilising unpredictable juxtapositions of contemporary elements within a "Beaux Arts" universe, she addresses the child as well as the purity within each of us. Her works represent the beauty of the human mystery through a sensual harmony that touches vulnerability.
Convinced that beauty inspires calm and brings peace and healing, she invests in Therapeutic Art and presents her creations where they contribute to the common well-being.
Ducros defines her work as holistic art. Her works encourage compassionate internal dialogue founded on the notion of the "globality of the human being": physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
Shand's colorful paintings reflect the mysterious side of the human experience and depict nature's beauty through sensuous movements and carry within them a vibrant spirit
Shand is also very involved in the therapeutic value and effect of art that can help people feel better in any public place or private home. ''Therapeutic Art''.
Lynne Shand was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in 1967. She studied advertising and marketing at the University of Montreal in 1994, took Art classes at Saidi-Bronfman art center in 1997.
Advertising provided her with the artistic and creative outlet that had animated her since childhood. Both her academic and work training as a Project and Marketing Director gave her a renewed vigor as well as a marked taste for bright and flamboyant colors.
Her style is inspired by Art Nouveau with a fauvism twist that has vivid expressionistic and non-naturalistic use of color. She also finds inspiration in both spiritual movements and physics theories, such as the latest entanglement theories in physics that ‘’all is one’’. She believes that everything is connected. ‘’Oneness’’. The oneness of man and nature.
Shand wants to contribute to a better understanding of the delicate equilibrium between humans and nature.