Linda Bergeron Baril: for the love of landscape

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Kate Aley

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Pour l'amour des paysages

Pour notre prochaine visite sur la série "Esprit de création du Pontiac"

Cette semaine dans le domaine de la peinture, une belle et prolifique artiste-peintre demeurant à Luskville

Pontiac2020.ca: Linda, décrivez-nous le genre de média que vous faites? 

Linda Bergeron Baril: Je suis une artiste visuel utilisant différents médias incluant la peinture à l'huile,l'aquarelle et l'acrylique ainsi qu'un mélange de tout les médias.

 

P2020: Depuis combien de temps vous considérez-vous comme une artiste?

LBB: Depuis le milieu des années 1990 que je crée de l'art, mais je dessine depuis mon enfance.

P2020: Travaillez-vous présentement sur de nouveaux projets?

LBB: Je travaille sur un mélange de média pour une  nouvelle série. Je devrez prochainement trouver un nouvel espace pour présenter mon exposition. 

P2020: À quel endroit pourrait-on voir vos oeuvres?

LBB: Présentement mon travail est dans mon studio ainsi qu'à la "Gallery Kevin Dodd's" à Ottawa .

On peut me contactez par téléphone au 819 455 9351 ou bien par courriel: linda.andre@bbaril.ca

Website:  lindabbaril.net (LINK FIXED)

Sur ma page Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Lindas-ART-163842396987553/

 

 

Nos autres nouvelles / Our other News

The beginning of everything: "Origins" watercolour show opens

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Kate Aley

You are invited to an extraordinarily moving exhibition of new work by renowned Luskville painter, Ruby Ewen.

Entirely painted in watercolour, the pieces immerse the viewer into multiple magical realms of creationism, imagination and classic myth.

Show runs: Friday, June 22 (opening event, 6 -- 8 p.m.) to July 22, 2018

Site: Stone School Gallery, 28 Mill St., Portage du Fort.

Cooking meets trucking at new restaurant

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Kate Aley

After two years of extensive renovations, Au Coin du Camionneur, also known as Trucker's Corner, opened in Luskville on Sunday June 17. 

Owners Benoit Galipeau and Robert Bergeron have completely reconfigured the building at the corner of the Eardley-Masham Road and Highway 148. New lighting, comfortable seating and large windows that open onto a breezy patio create an inviting ambience.

Building a new future for Pontiac with slaughterhouse project

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Kate Aley

After five years of planning, construction has now started on the Les Abattoir les Viandes du Pontiac. Set on five acres on the outskirts of Shawville, the slaughterhouse is the brainchild of Quyon entrepreneur Alain Lauzon and three partners, Sofian Elktrousie, Ibrama Diagne and promoter Gilles Langlois.

“We are aiming to be open by end of October,” said Lauzon last week, as he watched forms being set for more concrete to be poured.

Kickin' it: Pontiac youth get into soccer

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Kate Aley

Some might say that young people are glued to their screens all day and all night. But that's harder to say when so many bright young people are running, kicking, playing and laughing in Luskville every Monday evening.
Community soccer classes started up on Tuesday, May 1st at the Luskville Recreational Park. The two- to four year-olds play in the softball field. The older group, aged five and up, play on the soccer field to the north.

How do rural communities comply with Quebec's Organic Strategy?

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Kevin Brady

Current Situation:

The Québec residual materials management strategy includes a progressive reduction and an eventual a 'ban' of organic material from municipal landfills by 2020. Municipalities that comply with the policy are eligible for funding to help offset the costs. As with the Municipality of Pontiac, many municipalities have chosen to pass resolutions to initiate door-to-door collection, with costs paid for by the residents.

Get ready, get set, get out: disaster preparedness in a bag

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Kate Aley

Remember this?

As the Pontiac watches epic levels of flooding in both New Brunswick and B.C. and considers our own possible return to inundation, it's time to let paranoia rear its helpful head and get ready to get out of the house. The concept behind having a so-called Go Bag is to have ready everything you might need to survive, out-of-doors, for about 72 hours... until help arrives or the zombies get you.

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