The blue color of her eyes symbolizes water. The fish evolved from her imagination, intermingling through her hair and into her world. This painting was created with acrylic and faux-stained glass paints. This technique gives a beautiful shine and richness to the canvas. The forms are then identified with dark shades and white relief. Black and gold colors are added to bring texture to the canvas. This painting is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges. It comes ready to hang.

- Clemence Dubois

The Girl from the Water

acrylic and faux-stained glass paint with dark shades on wood

Signed on front

24" h x 24" w x 1" d
3 lbs. 4 oz.



Clemence Dubois
St-Michel , Canada

Getting to Know Clemence

Initially everything is abstract, gestural and intuitive for Clemence Dubois. A shape becomes a bird, a fish, a flower or a character. Her paintings capture colors and shapes that words have yet to say. She says, “I want people to look at my paintings and observe my feelings for beauty in all forms and my joy of living that permeates my art.” Clemence likes to read, watch television, swim and travel. She also leads workshops in creative and figurative painting.