Artistic exhibition by Marielle Dubois at Café Mulligan
On Saturday September 5, Café Mulligan hosted an outdoor exhibition by Marielle Dubois. Marielle Dubois was born in Québec in 1954, she grew up in Rivière-à-Pierre, a village north of Portneuf. She has lived in Gatineau since 2010. A self-taught painter, she is a member of the Aylmer Arts Council. This artist incorporates painting, drawing and photography in her works.
Other artists were also present. Emmanuel Lorange of Ficelles et bagatelles. Do Re Mi bracelets etc., which shapes jewelry from the remains of musical instruments. Steve Coffin, painter and author of children's and young adult books. And Troublemaker Prints, an Ottawa-based screen printing store specializing in posters and t-shirts.