I Can Make Art ... Like Marcelle Ferron

Marcelle Ferron was a Quebec-born painter and stained glass maker, and a dominant figure in contemporary art in Quebec and Canada. Frequent stays in a dull, dark hospital room due to a childhood illness left her with a passion for light and colour that is evident in her abstract painting and modern stained glass creations.

In I Can Make Art Like Marcelle Ferron, students are exposed to contemporary abstract art and discover Ferron's luminous world. Inspired by her extraordinary art, they create their own works, experimenting with the texture and transparency of cellophane and paint.

Awash in colour and bold design, I Can Make Art Like Marcelle Ferron captures her passion and reinforces the important legacy of this groundbreaking artist.

I Can Make Art is a series of six short films that take a kids'-eye view on a diverse group of Canadian visual artists.

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Film Credits

writer
Jane Churchill
director
Jane Churchill
producer
Tamara Lynch
director of photography
Michael Wees
sound recordist
Marco Fania
editor
Joey Calugay
series researcher
Jane Churchill
series art consultant
Nancy Retallack-Lambert
music composer
Eric Lemoyne
visual research
Sylvia Mezei
sound editor
Tony Reed
foley artist
Karla Baumgardner
re-recording
Shelley Craig
animation
BenoƮt Chagnon

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