Born in 1980, Isabelle Beaubien is a native of Montreal, Canada where she studied Fine Arts at
Concordia University. It was then that Isabelle felt the need to explore and find her true calling.
Upon graduation, she spread her wings to fly and went on to earn her Master's degree in
Contemporary Art from The Villa Arson, Nice, France. From there, Isabelle moved to London,
where she has exhibited her energetic abstract paintings and was highly sought after with
commissions throughout the UK.
Isabelle has now literally, crossed the pond and resides and works in Florida. "Living in sunny
Florida has provided me a new canvas of life and a stunning landscape full of light, vibrant
colors and incredible energy to take my creative process to a whole new and exciting
dimension," boasts Beaubien.
"I do not use brushes, instead I create each of my own tools, taking chances in one stroke, not
knowing what the end-result will be. This technique allows me to release the control of my craft
while reminding me of the unknown discoveries that awaits each of us in our daily journey. If I
desire to add one or more movements on the canvas, I subtract, rather than adding more paint.
Letting go of the power of the piece allows my inner voice to influence each stroke and not hold
back on my creativity" shares Isabelle.
Beaubien's artwork is considered mixed media, with an expansive spectrum of colors that are
vibrant, invigorating and inspiring. The gamut of emotions that emote from her paintings are
varied. Isabelle's " simultaneous contrast" in the juxtaposed colors continue to be revelatory.
She works with acrylic enhanced by a resin overlay. Color is a major influence on the act of
creating and on the experience of seeing and, thereby feeling. In some ways, it is related to
chakras and how the colors radiate throughout ones being to bring about a sense of well being.
Her work creates a gloss with a sculptured appearance to the finished artwork. It is at that
moment that her work takes on all of the meaning; pushing the limits of the colors, textures, and
forms to their extreme potential which is what she wants everyone to feel for their