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Ginette Pitre Paintings

At the age of five, Ginette Pitre already decided that she was an artist. As a young girl growing up in Queens, she would spend her free time roaming through Manhattan’s museums, taking art classes and sculpting in the basement of her parents’ house. When she decided as a late teen to become a painter, Ginette, though independently minded, sought to better her techniques under the tutelage of Frank Riley, a former league professor who went on to found his own school of realist painting.

Ginette Pitre soon broke free from the molding cast of education and went on to pursue her own and very personal painting career. Ginette soon became known for her incredibly contemporary and refreshing approach and painted what she felt was the most natural subject to paint: flowers. Using as of yet unknown techniques to draw flowers that she would create from her imagination. She would outline daisies with Chinese ink or etch out details from thickly coated acrylic flowers that she had painted onto her canvas.
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