Patrice Goubeau - Canada

'National Day', acrylic on canvas, 10 x 8 cm. or 3.9" x 3.5" in

       Patrice Goubeau was born in Neuil, France. At 21, he discovered the basics of painting in a friend's studio.

         After graduating from l'École des Arts et Métiers in Fance,

         he attended architecture courses at l'École des Beaux-Arts in France.

         First amateur exhibits in 1986 in Monaco, Nice, Aix-en-Provence, Antibes and Marseille.

         Between 1987 and 1990, exhibitions in many salons in France and Italy.

         In 1991, Grand Prize award from the Salon des Artistes Français.

        Between 1992 and 2002, Patrice Goubeau retired to improve his artistic techniques while traveling around the world.

        In 2001, group exhibition at Galerie Artitude (Montreal, Canada).

        In 2002, solo exhibition at Galerie d'Art Evenementielle Richelieu (Montreal, Canada).

        In 2002, group exhibition at The Brancusi Cultural Center (Montreal, Canada), where his work was awarded with the 2nd Grand Prize.

        In 2003, group exhibition at Chateau Dufresne (Montreal, Canada) and group exhibition at East Angus (Montreal, Canada).

        In 2005, participation in New York International Art Festival.

        Between 2001 and 2005, exhibition at Galerie Artitude and Galerie Evenementielle in Montreal.

        In 2006, group exhibition at Vues d'Afrique in Montreal.

        In 2007, group exhibition at Salon international 2007 entitled " art in its diversity" in Paris.

        Patrice is currently represented in NYC by the Agora Gallery.

        He will be listed in the dictionary entitled Larousse- Cotation Drouot des Artistes, release 2008

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