Recent works and commissions

2018 Personal Works

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2017 Personal Painting and Drawing

“The Birds Celebrate Your Return” Oil on canvas 24.5 x 24.5 inches framed “When The […]

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2016 University Course Work

    “I Will Not be Afraid of My Wildness or Youth” is a visual manifestation […]

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2014 University Course Work

  Flutter-mind Oil on canvas 24 x 24 inches   The Look of Otherness Oil […]

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2013 University Course Work

Candy Coated Life Starburst wrappers on canvas Various sizes Body-Scapes Charcoal on Arches paper 24 […]

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2017 Painting Commission Work

  Coloured Herring Oil on canvas 36 x 54 inches Framed  

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2016 Painting Commission Work

Stingray Oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches Framed Behr-ception Oil on canvas 36 x […]

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2015 Painting Commission Work

  Ganesha Oil on canvas 36 x 36 inches   Untitled pair Oil on canvas […]

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Madison Pascal

Regina Saskatchewan



Madison Pascal, born 1990, Regina SK, Canada, is an emerging artist of Saulteaux and French/Ukrainian ancestry working mainly in painting and drawing. In 2014, she studied abroad in Sunderland, United Kingdom where she was able to expand her skills in darkroom photography. In 2016, she graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree: International with a major in drawing and painting. She received many awards including: Academic Silver Scholarship (2014), Maurice Neitzel Award (2014), Elizabeth Blight Memorial Scholarship (2015), and the Kiley Carlson Memorial Scholarship (2015). Madison is a member of the Art Gallery of Regina, a non-profit, public gallery. Her works have been included in group exhibitions in Saskatchewan and Manitoba including, the MacKenzie Art Gallery, the Art Gallery of Regina, and downtown Winnipeg and can be found in many private collections. Madison’s works are based on familiar emotional experiences, which she uses to open a unique poetic vein. Multi-layered and finely detailed images seduce the viewer into a world of nostalgia and intimate moments. Art lets her immortalize objects and preserve feelings that are important to herself and that can easily relate to the viewer. The figure will never age, the flowers will never wilt and the beauty captured will outlast that of the real objects. Madison works from her home studio in Regina, SK.