Otterburn Park, QC, Canada, January 18, 2016, France Malo, Master in Fine Arts at Malo Creatrice d’Art, has been recognized by Elite Women Worldwide for dedication, achievement and leadership in fine arts.
Ms. Malo began her 38-year art career at just 14 years old, when she was selected to participate in European TV Art Camps in France, Spain and Switzerland. At 15 years of age, she began to teach drawing, painting and ceramic classes in Quebec, Canada, and from 1974 to 1978, she participated in 26 artistic television shows with Radio-Canada and French TV in Europe. All of those experiences initiated the multidisciplinary direction of Ms. Malo’s career. During this unconventional artistic route, she developed an affinity for a variety of different creative mediums, including drawing, painting, glass, ceramics and sculpture. Ms. Malo’s current role allows her to create high-quality artwork that plastically translates the hopes and the contradictions of the human nature through sets of forms and lines where color plays a crucial role. She is known for her human group interpretations; her artistic production reflects a contemporary vision of technological, environmental and sociological phenomena. Over the next five years, Ms. Malo hopes to take up sports painting, as well as give lectures around the world regarding her learning experiences through art, sports and traveling.
She earned a Master of Fine Arts from Academie Internationale des Beaux-Arts du Quebec, and a Bachelor in Communications from Universite du Quebec a Montreal in 1984. Ms. Malo also earned certifications from a variety of different schools, including UCLA, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Universite de Geneve, Mexico Universidad and Santa Monica College. In recognition of her work, Ms. Malo was named Artiste De L’année by the Académie internationale de Beaux-Arts du Québec from 2013 to 2014, and Artist of the Year by the Gala Academia from 2011 to 2013, among other awards. Ms. Malo plans on participating in the next Gala Academia XX, where she will present an international piece for the Salon National des Beaux-Arts.
Contact France Malo