Born in Clermont, Quebec, Christian Bergeron is an established fine art painter with over 45 years of experience. He skillfully blends nature and culture, the contemporary and the traditional in his luminous landscape paintings. Working over the last ten years on his own 'prismatic' style, Christian combines the linear composition of architectural design and the kaleidoscopic perspective of contemporary art. He has developed into one of Canada's most sought after contemporary fine art painters.
Known for his mastery of the spatula and his bright, contrasting colour palettes, Christian Bergeron draws inspiration from his native Quebec and his world travels. Christian is a member of the Boston Copley Society of Arts and Les pointers du Marais Paris.
Embodying an essence of Quebec culture and landscapes, Bergeron's work was featured on the cover of William Burg's book, "Literature And Painting In Quebec".
Today, his work is available at True North Gallery in Kennebunkport, ME, as well as many exhibits and galleries throughout Canada and the United States.