Paul Plante is currently a priest in Oquossoc, Maine. He started his professional career as an ordained Roman Catholic Deacon in 1967 and has been living and working in Maine ever since. As an artist, he draws a bird or fish eye each morning as a meditation. Each piece is titled with the animal’s name and the date that it was drawn. He has been featured in many solo and group exhibitions both in museums and galleries since he had his first solo show in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1967. More recent exhibitions include solo and group shows at Colby College of Art, Waterville, ME; the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Scranton, PA; Caldback Gallery, Rockland, ME; June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Portland, ME; Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Nielson Gallery, Boston, MA; and Mixed Greens, New York, NY.
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