Now is the perfect time to connect a little deeper to the province by discovering various Quebec artists and their artworks.\nThe artists on this list express themselves in unique and colourful manners — letting their work do the talking for them.\nGet familiar with some of the province's artists below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nMontreal is a city that is not lacking in many things, especially when it comes to talent. Throughout both our city and our province, we're fortunate enough to live amongst some pretty incredible artists. From street artists to painters, there is an enormous amount of talent living inside Quebec's borders. Since we all have a little extra time on our hands right now, why not check out and familiarize ourselves with the works of various Quebec artists?\nNow is a great time to start looking at artists whose work inspires you. And, who knows, while you're redecorating your apartment, maybe you'll end up wanting to hang up one of their pieces on your walls.\nSome artists on the list are very well known in the Quebec art world, while others are slowly making their way to the top.\nEither way, each individual included exudes immense artistic talent. And, we are proud to say that many of their pieces can be found throughout our province.\nArt is a way of expression and different pieces move different people, which is what is so incredible about the craft.\nCheck out eight of our favourite Quebec artists below!\nGaro Hakimian\nView this post on Instagram Never Finished. Work in progress . #garo #artist #mystudio #artisttowatch #artistontherise #studioflow #studiotime #artistatwork #artistlife #studiotime #upclose #contemporaryart #art #outsiderart #montreal #mtlart #artnet #artbasel #ignorantart #artoninstagram #abstractart A post shared by Garo (@garo_hakimian) on Mar 18, 2020 at 11:52am PDT\nGaro Hakimian is a self-taught artist from Montreal. His intricate paintings combined with his vivid imagination allow his followers to go on a journey through each of his paintings.\nEach of his paintings tells a story and holds enough depth in it to have the power to move individuals and make them feel things like never before.\nIf you have yet to check out his work, I suggest you do so — you won't be disappointed.\nCheck him out!\nStikki Peaches\nView this post on Instagram #BuonaSera from #LosAngeles 🌚🌴 -Ferragosto- on view @art_angels #stikkipeaches #artangels #contemporaryart #sophialoren #fridakahlo #la #montreal #painting #exhibition #artshow #art #tattoo #culture A post shared by stikki_peaches (@stikki_peaches) on Oct 10, 2019 at 6:31pm PDT\nIf you pay attention to the street art throughout our city, there is a big chance that you have stumbled upon the work of Stikki Peaches.\nHis unique approach to his work has earned him a lot of credibilities, not only in Quebec but around the globe. And he is far from reaching his peak.\nStikki Peaches is a great talent and Montreal is blessed with many works of his art.\nFind out more about Stikki Peaches!\nMiss Me\nView this post on Instagram Surprise Holiday Drop!! “Inside Out”✖️✖️✖️ New limited edition print ✖️✖️✖️ Tomorrow at noon NYC time on @galerie_c.o.a website ✖️✖️✖️ This print is of one of my latest favorite pieces. ✖️✖️✖️What if people could see the inside of ourselves on the outside? If all of our feelings and current emotions would be abstractly visible? What would we look like? #missmeart #portraitifavandal #itsnotmeitsyou #feministart A post shared by MissMe. (@miss_me_art) on Dec 4, 2019 at 9:06am PST\nMiss Me is not only an artist, she is an activist and feminist as well as being one of the most recognized artists in not only our province but in all of North America.\nHer works of art are beautiful and command attention from anyone who lays eyes on them. Through her work, you can get to know her as a person, her beliefs, her struggles, and her passion.\nMiss Me is truly one of a kind, and it brings great pride knowing she is from Montreal.\nExplore Miss Me's artworks here!\nAntoine Tava\nView this post on Instagram 🐱 🐭 🍦 #tomandjerry #tava #antoinetava #divyce @fitfabster A post shared by Antoine TAVA (@antoinetava) on Jun 17, 2019 at 9:34am PDT\nAntoine Tava is an artist known for his murals, paintings, and illustrations. His vivacious use of colour combined with his passion for pop culture creates magic on whatever canvas he works on.\nTava is incredibly talented and his work has made waves throughout the art scene, not only in Montreal but around the continent of North America. And, luckily for us, we can find his beautiful work throughout the city, which is truly a treat for all of Montreal.\nDiscover Tava's works here!\nRock Therrien\nView this post on Instagram Stay Home 🏠 (Chill Out) 84x84inch. #rocktherrien #stayathome #chillout #lafabriqueduneon A post shared by Rock⚡️Therrien (@rocktherrien) on Mar 26, 2020 at 12:51pm PDT\nTherrien is a self-taught artist who is known for both his sense of humour and ability to push artistic limits. His use of vibrant colours make his artworks come alive with vivacity and allow you to get completely lost in each one of his pieces.\nHis talent seeps through into each piece he creates, and it is with pride to say he is from Quebec.\nSee his works here!\nSandra Chevrier\nView this post on Instagram Mood. A post shared by Sandra Chevrier (@sandrachevrier) on Mar 20, 2020 at 7:58am PDT\nChevrier is a talented artist known for her collaged portraits of women from her captivating The Cages series.\nShe studied visual and media arts at UQAM and has since taken the art world by storm. Her powerful vision seeps into her work and there's no denying that she is one of the great Quebec artists of our generation — at least if you ask me.\nCheck Chevrier out!\nMaxilie Martel\nView this post on Instagram #graffiti #jam#k6a#graff #mural#streetart #streetartmontreal #drawing#cartoon#painting#spraypaint#monster#weirdo#laser #breakfast #dessin#dibujo A post shared by Maxilie Martel (@monosourcilone) on May 29, 2018 at 9:37am PDT\nBorn in Montreal, Maxilie Martel's work can be seen all over our city walls. Her unique vision and use of colour is something that has captivated both locals and tourists.\nMartel is a graduate from UQAM where she studied media and visual arts which lead her to perfect her techniques and approach allowing her to get to where she is today.\nDiscover Maxilie Martel here!\nPamela Andonian\nView this post on Instagram work in progress// #wip #workinprogress #acrylic #painting #art #contemporaryart #artist #artistoninstagram #montrealartist #montreal A post shared by Pamela (@andonian_) on Sep 27, 2019 at 9:51am PDT\nPamela Andonian happens to be the youngest artist on the list but she is definitely a talent to keep your eye on. Her unique perception of the world around her is seen through her work. The colourful pieces all tell a story that is truly captivating to anyone looking at them.\nAndonian has a bright future in the art world and those who have yet to hear her name should consider checking her out ASAP.\nCheck out her Instagram!\nMay art help soothe your soul during this time of uncertainty, Montreal.