Collette Broeders is a passionate mixed media artist merging traditional processes with new media. She has been exhibiting nationally and internationally in both solo and group exhibitions. In the 80’s she attended St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology followed by the University of Windsor for business studies and worked in accounting and database development for several years. By 2004, Broeders returned to the University of Windsor where she completed the Bachelor of Fine Arts program. Her studies focused on printmaking and investigated the digital realm where she combined both of these mediums. She is an active member of the arts community and maintains a studio in Oldcastle, Ontario, Canada.
Her art negotiates margins of abstraction and uses indexical gestures of mark making and mapping that record and measure intervals of time and space. She integrates repetition and systems of order with universal themes involving identity, culture and memory. Reincarnating objects and symbols of personal histories into her work, she often engages the viewer into narratives and fragments of one’s own identity and memory.
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