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Angèle Cormier

Angèle Cormier



Nationality
  • Canadian
Schools / Studies
  • Université de Moncton
Angèle Cormier (b. 1976), has exhibited in group and solo shows in the Maritimes, Central Canada, and France since her graduation in visual arts from Université de Moncton. A printmaker who explores contemporary issues affecting Acadie in her work, she has participated in interdisciplinary art projects and illustrated numerous publications.

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