Jean Pronovost

MONTREAL, QC

Striking works that confront present and past, the historical and mythological.

A query into timeless perspectives

THE
SPHINX

“What is that which has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?”  This is the riddle of the Sphinx.  To answer it, you must first know yourself.  If you answer wrongly, she devours you. Identity issues are her favorite snack!

EL ULTIMO NEVADO

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 2018

A TRIBUTE TO THE REAL WORLD

BACCHANTE SERIE

THE MAENAD​
This Bacchante sculpture just screams classical Roman elegance: the column base, the beautiful, nearly naked, young woman with eyes closed and luscious lips in a casual pose who is about to enjoy a bunch of grapes.
She’s beautiful but sadly so ignorant. She’ll scream in horror and disgust when she bites into that worm. Talk about sour grapes!

THE CULT OF NOTHINGNESS

Oil on canvas, 67″ x 81″, 2007

Sculptor, Muralist, painter, artist and airbrush specialist.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada