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Thérèse D'Amour - Village


Thérèse D'Amour - Village


Thérèse D'Amour - Village


Title: River Village
Image Size: 5 x 12”
Description: Watercolour on paper. Matted. Signed.

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Thérèse D'Amour (1921-2013) was born in Matapédia, Québec, on August 20, 1921. She earned a B.Sc. & a Masters degree in Bio Engineering, although she would say her preference was to be a painter. D'Amour moved to western Prince Edward Island in mid-life. She exhibited her paintings occasionally. Her work is represented in the PEI Art Bank. She died in O'Leary on December 23, 2013, at the age of 92.


Mostly through a lifetime of nature observation, with good session of watercolour courses and workshops with artists Molly Lamb Bobak, Helmut Gerth, Skip Lawrence, Jacques Hebert, George Carpenter, etc.

Major Exhibitions

Gallery 78, Fredericton, 1978
Society for the Arts, New Brunswick, 1979
University of Maine, 1979
Charlotte County Artists’ Exhibition, New Brunswick, 1979-1981
Little Gallery, St. Stephen, New Brunswick, 1981-1984
Sunbury Shore Arts and Nature Centre, St. Andrews by the sea, 1981, 1984
Dresden Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 1983
Gilby Gallery Service, Keswick, New Brunswick, 1987-1988
Staff Exhibition, S.V.A. Gallery, 1988
U.P.E.I. Robertson Library, 1988
Ellen’s Creek Gallery, 1989
School of Visual Arts, Holland College, Charlottetown, 1984-1989
Sunbury Shores teachers Exhibition, St. Andrews, New Brunswick, 1989
Eptek National Exhibition Centre, Prince Edward Island, 1986-88, 1992


Therese was born on August 20, 1921 in Matapedia, Quebec. Her life was a long and passionate adventure. In her early fifties, she took on the challenge of new academic studies and earned both a B.Sc. and a Masters degree in Bioengineering. She travelled extensively, climbing volcanoes and pyramids, swimming with sharks and patting a wild leopard, among other exciting exploits. Her passions were nurturing the people she loved, the beauty of nature and animals, and expressing those passions through her art.


“My work tries to capture aspects of my world-overview. I particularly love trees, their shapes, their character, their revelations of our physical world. Even when not present in one of my works, to me their absence is heard. They always line the path to where I want to go. “

Source: Biographical notes provided by the artist's daughter, Madeleine McKay.