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Multifaceted French Canadian Artist Claude Edwin Theriault callout for divergence and Inclusion

Multifaceted French Canadian Artist Claude Edwin Theriault callout for divergence and Inclusion

Divergence and Inclusion: The Multifaceted Artistry of Claude Edwin Theriault

Creatives watching the evolution of digital ledger tech
Creatives watching the evolution of digital ledger tech

*Moncton, February 22-2024* — Claude Edwin Theriault, a contemporary French Canadian artist associated with MBF-Lifestyle East Coast, stands as a beacon of artistic diversity and innovation. Active in the art scene since 1974, Theriault’s multidisciplinary artworks span a rich tapestry of influences, from First Nations totemic symbolism to the exploration of archetypal imagery in 3D motion graphics on the Ethereum blockchain’s digital ledger of OpenSea. His journey extends to the present day, where he merges his artistic vision with Appalachian-inspired song lyrics sung acapella on Instagram Reels.

 First Nations Totemic Symbolism Visual Journey through Time

Theriault’s artistic odyssey began with a deep connection to First Nations totemic symbolism. Drawing inspiration from the rich cultural heritage of indigenous communities, he created artworks that served as a visual bridge between the past and the contemporary world. This early exploration set the stage for a career characterized by a constant search for meaningful visual narratives as a French Canadian Artist outside of Heritage Patrimonial arts and crafts.

 *Archetypal Imagery on the Ethereum Blockchain: Digital Explorations*

french canadian contemporary artists and sound vision music culture
French Canadian contemporary artists and sound vision music culture

Venturing into the digital realm, Theriault embraced the possibilities of the Ethereum blockchain. His artworks, etched on the digital ledger of OpenSea, showcase archetypal imagery rendered in mesmerizing 3D motion graphics. This groundbreaking foray into the world of blockchain not only expands the accessibility of his art but also introduces a new dimension to the viewing experience, challenging traditional notions of art consumption.

 *Appalachian-Inspired Song Lyrics: Acapella Narratives on IG Reels*

The 2024 Claude Edwin Theriault artistry takes an unexpected turn with Appalachian-inspired song lyrics in a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary influences. Sung acapella on Instagram Reels, these lyrics add an auditory layer to his visual expressions. The marriage of Appalachia’s cultural richness with his unique artistic perspective results in a harmonious fusion that resonates deeply with world music and dub beat audiences; however, it needs to catch on to the local’s acadian music parked in an encyclopedia under French Canadian Artist.

*Queer Asperger Esoteric Inspired Perception: Therapeutic Visual Narratives*

At the heart of Claude Edwin Theriault’s creations lies a queer Asperger esoteric-inspired perception of time and parallel worlds. His art weaves a visual narrative transcending the superficial, delving into realms where currents run parallel to our reality. This depth and a calm-inducing visual narrative yarn impart therapeutic qualities to his creations. Through his work, Theriault invites viewers to explore his mind’s profound and soothing landscape, Monolith.

 *A Divide and the Quest for Inclusion: Challenging French Canadian Artist norms with Cultural Oligarchs*

Despite his innovative contributions to the visual arts and music, Theriault faces exclusion from the conservative Roman Catholic Acadian Heritage patrimonial industry clic. Dominated by oligarch bureaucrats, this industry often adheres to a rigid cookie-cutter template, fixated on narratives of Evangeline, Gabriel, Grand Pre, and the deportation of the Acadians. Theriault’s broader message of inclusivity and the need for change in Nova Scotia’s tourist industry is often marginalized by these ruling cultural oligarchs.

French Canadian music takes world beat roots music for a reboot with Cajun Dead et Le Talikn`Stick IG Reels project.
French Canadian music takes world beat roots music for a reboot with Cajun Dead et Le Talikn`Stick IG Reels project.

In Theriault’s words, “Inclusion is the key to progress, and my artworks speak of a massive divide that needs mending.” His Cajun Dead et Le Talking Stick song lyrics are a testament to his commitment to innovation, challenging the status quo, and broadening the cultural narrative in Atlantic Canada.

 

 *Call for Change: Innovation in Visual Arts and Music*

As Theriault continues to push the boundaries of artistic expression, he extends an invitation for change in the Nova Scotia tourist industry modelled arts and crafts template. His innovative approach to visual arts and music, coupled with a deep desire for inclusion, challenges the existing narratives and beckons a new era for cultural representation in the conservative Atlantic Canada region.

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The 2024 year of the Congres Mondial Acadian finds  Claude Edwin Theriault growing as a contemporary French Canadian artist associated with MBF-Lifestyle on the East Coast. With a career spanning from 1974 to the present day, Theriault’s artworks traverse diverse influences, from First Nations totemic symbolism to archetypal imagery in 3D motion graphics and his Commitment to the La Releve Vol 4 Appalachian-inspired Cajun Dead et Le Talkin`Stick song lyrics sung acapella. His commitment to innovation, sound, and vision challenges his narrative style as opposed to norms dictated by cultural oligarchs, advocating for inclusivity in Nova Scotia’s tourist industry of no change or inclusion.

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