Castonguay, Gérard

Gérard Castonguay was born in Montreal, Canada, on December 21st, 1933. He studied at l’École
du Meuble de Montréal and the Académie des Arts du Canada.

A graphic artist and illustrator for over 30 years, Gérard Castonguay has been a painter since the
1970’s. Since, Castonguay has taken part in numerous group and solo exhibitions, and awarded
prizes for artistic merit in Canada, the United States and France. His work is part of several public
and private collections.

Castonguay’s art transposes us into the atmosphere of a world larger than life. With great
freedom and fantasy, he positions figures and landscapes in dream-like settings. The vivid tones
and the variations of light give life and a theatrical spirit to his creations.

In his opinion, there are three elements that decide whether a work of art is good: color,
composition and light. He strives to combine them in order to achieve balance. This is what he
believes makes his work dynamic.

Nature Morte

Oil on Canvas
40 x 30


Mix-media on canvas
48 x 48 inches

Avenir prometeur

Mix-media on canvas
30 x 40

Suivre Partout

Castonguay, Gérard
oil & crayon on Canvas
40 x 48

Aprés le pluie

Castonguay, Gérard
Oil and crayon on canvas
36 x 36