Dominique Prévost was born in Québec City and now resides in Oakville. She has shown extensively in the GTA since the early ‘80s, and her work can be found in many collections here and abroad. Multiple award winner, she is a member of the Ontario Society of Artists, member of Propeller Gallery, an Art Educator at Oakville Galleries, and Past-President of the Burlington Fine Arts Association. Recognized in her roles as Organizer, Coordinator and Mentor for many BFAA venues and events, her community engagement has won her the 2019 AGB Volunteer of the Year Award.
Dominique Prévost’s artworks are inspired by nature. They are assemblages showcasing changing light, organic patterns, and stylized structures. Each artwork is composed of multiple painted and manipulated surfaces that evoke the perception of depth and space. Dominique uses watercolour, acrylic, ink and crayons on a wide range of papers; from exquisite handmade Japanese Washi papers and classical European watercolour papers, to utilitarian papers and found material. Using the Japanese technique of marbling paper, Dominique layers the resulting patterns to connect what’s above, below and within; showing how flow and pressure shapes us all.