Canadian Painter Olivier Dumoulin
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By: Azad Karimi
I think painting will always have a place in the world of art as a means of expression, and I'm continually surprised at how inventive painters can be. New technologies have also opened up a myriad of new opportunities that we will be exploring for years to come.
Canadian Painter Olivier Dumoulin
By Azad Karimi
The Kurds say time is like gold. This statement by Mr. Olivier confirms this Kurdish proverb:
"I also always stress a responsible use of art supplies and resources - my studio is a zero-waste space".
If you know the value of time, you will think about the optimal use of its facilities.
These possibilities include individual talent, motivation, creativity, complete knowledge of nature and man and the relationship between phenomena and concepts ...
I take this opportunity to tell my dear friends that I will collect and compile these interviews and look for work related to its publication in book form in the coming weeks.
I think I have been able to use time and do good work that is useful to people all over the world.
My dear friend Olivier is one of the precious spiritual jewels of Canadian society and humanity. How good it is that he exists and serves art and wisdom.
I wish my dear friend Olivier more success, progress, and happiness.
1- Please present yourself (Name, education, Civil status and...)
. My name is Olivier Dumoulin. I'm a college-educated painter, textile designer, and illustrator working in Montreal, Canada.
2- What is your artistic specialize?
. I specialize mainly in paintings on canvas but I also sculpt different materials and I teach art to children and adults.
3- When and how did you become interested in this field of art?
. I became interested in art at a very early age. My family was very artistically inclined and I was exposed to all kinds of art from as far back as I can remember.
4- Who was your motivator?
. My first motivators were my parents and ...
5- What was your parent’s reaction?
. Their reaction was extremely positive.
6- When started you such as a professional artist-painter?
. I started my career as an illustrator at 20 but became a full-time painter in my early forties.
7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as an artist?
. Not a day passes that I don't stop to think how lucky I am to have this gift and to be able to practice it. But I also always promise to work hard and strive to be better and continue learning.
8- How you see the view for art, painting and future of culture?
. I think painting will always have a place in the world of art as a means of expression, and I'm continually surprised at how inventive painters can be. New technologies have also opened up a myriad of new opportunities that we will be exploring for years to come. I welcome also the fact that art can now reach more people than ever before.
9- Can you become one part of the artistic-cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?
. I've been giving private art lessons for the past 20 years and among my students, I've had the pleasure to tutor a young girl from the age of six all the way up to college. It's a wonderful feeling to be able to help someone develop their talent, to see them shine.
10- How can you help our world become a better place to live?
. I think, or at least I hope, that my art brings pleasure to people, adds something positive to their lives. I believe art makes public and private spaces more livable, art makes our brains work harder. I also always stress a responsible use of art supplies and resources - my studio is a zero-waste space.
11- Have you more word to say or suggestion for our readers?
. Buy art from living artists, when they're dead your money is of no use to them!