Visual artist from Montreal, inspired by street art, she works with a variety of techniques and mediums, combining imagery and graffiti. She explores three-dimensionality in her works in order to bring them to life. She uses artistic language as an expression, unafraid to dare, she creates dynamic pieces of art.
Dealing with provocative, assumed and sensual female portraits. She plays with the thought of redefining the role of women in today’s society. The woman seen by the woman without restraint and why not do it: “like the boys.” She is inspired by street art, a style that allows her a certain vulgarity and delinquency, forgetting the pure, the beautiful and the clean.
Tina Cartier works with multiple techniques; collages, stencils, prints and exploits several mediums; paint, pastel, pencil, ink, aerosol… She pushes her ideas even further by integrating three-dimensional elements. His works become overflowing, alive and offer a very rich dialogue. She advocates a very vibrant color palette for the eye. His paintings are a projection of his personality and his energy.