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Steve Fortier


Canada

33 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Steve Fortier

Ringed Labyrinth

76.2 x 76.2cm

2200,00 €

Quadrant Curves 2

45.72 x 60.96cm

1100,00 €

Curvatures

50.8 x 50.8cm

960,00 €

Colour Flight

76.2 x 76.2cm

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Capsulated Quadrants

60.96 x 121.92cm

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Blossoms

91.44 x 91.44cm

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Crocuses

91.44 x 91.44cm

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Dispersion

60.96 x 76.2cm

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Serpentines

45.72 x 60.96cm

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Spherule

40.64 x 60.96cm

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Storm Clouds

91.44 x 91.44cm

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Autumn Palette

60.96 x 81.28cm

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Convergence

60.96 x 71.12cm

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Anemones

50.8 x 60.96cm

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A Rose by Any Other Name

35.56 x 91.44cm

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Dusk in the Garden

60.96 x 76.2cm

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Hydra 4

60.96 x 76.2cm

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Irises

91.44 x 121.92cm

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Irises 2

91.44 x 121.92cm

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Pixelated Iridescence 6

45.72 x 91.44cm

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Water Reflections II

91.44 x 121.92cm

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West Coast Sunset

91.44 x 121.92cm

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Peony 12

121.92 x 91.44cm

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Untitled

50.8 x 50.8cm

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Autumn Birch

152.4 x 91.44cm

4081,73 €

Coal Harbour Reflection

76.2 x 121.92cm

2584,64 €

Gyration Evolution

76.2 x 76.2cm

1972,15 €

Sea Foam

76.2 x 76.2cm

1632,69 €

Serpentine Aura

76.2 x 76.2cm

1770,11 €

Sun Glitter

91.44 x 121.92cm

3403,71 €

Waiting to Fall

91.44 x 91.44cm

2043,14 €

Blossom

60.96 x 76.2cm

1360,58 €

One of These

76.2 x 76.2cm

1906,63 €

Steve Fortier grew up in Ottawa, Ontario. A self-taught painter, he was always interested in art and design. He completed a 4 year specialized art course in Ottawa, then attended the Ontario College of Art in Toronto before embarking on his 35 year career in graphic design. While working as a graphic designer, he painted on the side when time allowed, but now retired from the profession, he paints full-time in Vancouver.

His earlier high realism works are an exploration of light, shape, and colour. His works show his fascination with overlooked details, natural subject matter and the power and impact conveyed by monumental canvases. He tends to paint the subjects much larger than life to show their details. 

He currently pursues his fascination with nature, light and colour with paintings that deconstruct the subjects by removing details with pixilation and then reconstructing it in the painting process. His current process is influenced by his time in graphic design; he begins with a photograph of his subject, which he strips of details on the computer to its essence of light and colour, and then translates onto the canvas with paint and a brush. Thus, he gifts us a representation of our all consuming connection to our digital world and the pixelated cityscapes that are a reflection of our crowded cities. His work has been featured in several group exhibitions in Vancouver and Ontario.

“I’ve always been fascinated by light, the subject’s details and colour. I’m drawn to details people don’t notice or overlook…. bringing them to light with painting is my goal.”