Circle Quarterly Art Review

Winter 2018 Edition

"In this issue of Circle Quarterly Art Review, they feature work by 108 mid-career and established artists working in a variety of discipline and style... each work was chosen for its unique aesthetic as well as how it reflects upon current trends and practices in contemporary art. In compiling this diverse curated selection they aim at creating a narrative through both commonalities...and diversities between each practice and each approach. The power of contemporary art springs from diversity, the freedom and openness it breathes.  The beauty of art transpires from how unrestricted the artist is in creating content and how unconstrained the viewer is in contextualizing meaning."

I convey ideologies of freedom, expressing my personal philosophies of spirituality in relation to the human condition by developing narrative compositions that project emotional contrast.  Within the experience of each emotional state lies the potential for release and within that release lives freedom.
Gaetanne Lavoie


Quiet The accepted artists for the Quiet call for entries are below. To submit a Call for Entries for any online art show: Quiet. Stillness. The virtue of solitude. The listening to every detail in silence. Art that reminds us of our inner peace evokes the emotion of calm in us.


Hi-Fructose 2015

Gaetanne Lavoie’s Subjects Yearn for Freedom and Fantasy

by CaroPosted on November 2, 2015




Through a Glass Darkly: The Paintings of Carol Omalia and Gaetanne Lavoie



Art Collectors
Vulnerability vs. Strength
Art Contests Accepted Artists