Three diagonal stretches of newsprint depict three significantly different topics: War, with clippings from articles written during the early 20th Century when war became so prevalent in Europe they forgot who they were fighting against; Freedom, featuring articles focusing on the release of social activist Nelson Mandela following his twenty-seven year imprisonment; and Peace, a presentation of a variety of clippings surrounding treaties, art, and peace-efforts.
A dismantled portrait of a woman rife with flowers, diamonds, and butterflies symbolizes the opening up of the mind, with vibrant blocks of yellow and fuschia reminding us that creativity bursts.
Liam Mojique Legault
Liam Mojique Renner was born in Vancouver, B.C., Canada in 1982. His geometrical and abstract vision is accentuated through his bold colour choices. His art has texture that invites touch and brush strokes that invigorate soul–his energy brings street art to the canvas.
“There is a certain power you harness when you create. When your creativity encompasses your passion and emotion you can make beautiful things. Simply being aware that colour can change someone's mood without a single word being said... makes art larger than all of us. I believe we must create freely with that in mind.
Being a self- taught artist who is in constant search of discovery, personal growth, and knowledge for the arts , his development is evident with each piece of new work. Liam transforms the inspiration of life from personal experience, to colour and passion with his brushwork .
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