Reflection by Michel Bouchard

Reflection by Michel Bouchard

Artist:  (Collective work) Alizé Workshop Artists: Kathy Nolan, Francine Robert, Gaétan Thibeault, Marie-Paule Villeneuve, Monique Therrien, Jadwiga Lukasik, Robert Kane, Daniel Jodoin, Madeleine Ellis, Michel Bouchard, Annie Charbonneau, Madeleine Charbonneau, Joanne Parent Title:’Look at yourself in the mirror’  When I look at this work that everybody from the workshop has worked on together, I feel happy […]

Reflection by Anne Chabert d’Hières

Reflection by Anne Chabert d’Hières

Artist : William Aknin Title : ‘Face’ Edited article from NEWSLETTER L’ARCHE PARIS, JUNE 2011 No.21. AMATEUR ARTISTS… AND ART LOVERS Does L’Arche Paris have any artists in its ranks? Does everyone with a talent for artistic expression become an artist? Can works which are sensitive and impressive in an assisted living  setting be seen […]

Reflection by Jacquie Boughner

Reflection by Jacquie Boughner

Artist: Tom Krysiak Title: ‘Cross’ Edited interview from L’Arche Canada ‘Human Future’ Spring 2012 Beth Porter: You have been drawn to the art of the people who have intellectual disabilities in L’Arche. What attracts you? Jacquie Boughner: All art is an extension of the body, and the body is something L’Arche understands, simply because the […]

Reflection by Hazel Delfina Chang

Reflection by Hazel Delfina Chang

Artist:  Robert Walker-Smith Title: ‘Inner Journey’ Robert Walker-Smith is a tall and handsome young man, just turned 20. Predominantly, he communicates through his facial expressions, actions and art-work. Here is presented one of his paintings that he did on site in The Hong Kong Park. It was a cool and sunny afternoon. Robert found a […]

Reflection by Jim Cargin

Reflection by Jim Cargin

Artist: Ela Morawska Title: ‘Flowers’ Do you know something? The one truly essential tool to appreciate a work of art is… a comfortable chair! So please: take a seat! Next, without rushing, allow your eyes gently to hold this picture. To sit before a work of art is about gazing, beholding. We should do this […]

Reflection By Catherine Anderson

Reflection By Catherine Anderson

Artist: Catharine Keir Title: ‘The Good Samaritan’ Through her art work Catharine has captured the essence of the parable of the Good Samaritan (Lk 10: 25-37). The man stripped and beaten (Lk 10: 30) lies helpless amidst the rocky ground. This man half dead, (Lk 10: 30) Catharine has emphasised is representative of Jesus. Maritain writes, […]