Armand Paquette, Available Artwork

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Blackie in the Lead
Armand Paquette
Watercolour (14x21.5 in)
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Untitled (Horse Sleigh and Calf)
Armand Paquette
Watercolour (14x21.5 in) 1981
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Ice Cutters
Armand Paquette
Watercolour (14x21 in)
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One Tired Day
Armand Paquette
Watercolour (13.5x20.5 in) 1980
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Crisp Morning
Armand Paquette
Watercolour (13.5x20.5 in) 1980
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On the Way Home
Armand Paquette
watercolour & gouache (14x21 in) 1980
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Stuck Til Spring
Armand Paquette
Gouache (14.5x21.5 in) 1980
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Armand Paquette

(1930)

Armand Paquette was born in 1930 and grew up in Winnipeg's historical North End. His portraits of western Canadian life have earned him a loyal following among collectors. Always a keen observer of life around him, he finds inspiration in his recollections of the ordinary people and places of his experience. These people and everyday occurrences find their way into his paintings today. The heart-warming quality of his paintings is found in his bronze sculptures as well. Paquette's three dimensional work is an extension of his painting, as if the figures have stepped from the canvas.

The work of A.J. Paquette is found in many private and corporate collections across Canada and the United States. He continues to work from his home in Ladywood, Manitoba.

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