Animal Rights Artist Chantal Poulin Durocher - 'We Are The Same'
Artists & Activists for Animal Rights is pleased to welcome Chantal Poulin Durocher's artwork titled "We Are The Same" to their animal rights gallery. Chantal is an artist who grew up in and around Montréal, Québec, Canada. Dissatisfied with the contemporary art scene, she pursued classical art training at the Mission Renaissance Fine Art Institute, focusing on drawing and classical painting.
Over the years, Chantal Poulin Durocher has explored various artistic styles, including impressionist landscapes and expressionist still lifes. In the new millennium, she transitioned from realism to total abstraction while incorporating her Buddhist convictions into her art. In 2009, she moved to Central America, where she currently resides in Panama with her husband and nine rescued dogs.
Chantal Poulin Durocher's artwork has been showcased in solo exhibitions, including a show at Toronto's Distillery District's Thompson-Landry Gallery, which represents her in the city. Her deep love and compassion for sentient beings influence her work, and she strives to bring respect for all life into her art and everyday life.
For more information about Chantal Poulin Durocher and her artwork, you can visit her website at or follow her on Instagram. Artists & Activists for Animal Rights is an organization dedicated to using art, music, poetry, and film as catalysts for positive change in the realm of animal rights. Their mission is to provide a platform for talented artists who share their passion for animal rights, amplifying their voices and contributing to the global movement for animal liberation.
For more information about Artists & Activists for Animal Rights or to get in touch with Sylvie Abate, the founder of the organization, please visit their website.