The late Eleanor Tremblay, the famous artist and sculptor, was born here, in Pointe-Claire and left to travel all over the globe when she was only 17. Seeing the world in all its shades and colours was her dream, and her way of expanding her artistic horizons. She took from each place a new idea, a new concept and made the cultures she met come alive in her art. But something happened during her stay in Argentina that changed her life forever and would never make it into her art until very recently.
Upon her return to Montreal after years of travel, she often spoke of all the things she had seen and experienced, pouring it all into her art now exhibited in the Musee des Beaux Arts, Guggenheim Museum and the Hermitage. She was well known for her expressive vision and worship of human passions and virtues, which can all be seen in her posthumously created exposition: “Virtues”.
Today, this final tribute exhibition kept exclusive to family members and renowned artists, will be presented here at The West Island Museum of Modern Arts. According to close sources, Eleanor had created this final artwork in solitude for the past 5 years. Rumor has it that it will reveal the secret to her success, and possibly what happened to her in Argentina. Unfortunately now, all we know is the name “Virtues”.
Of course, you, big fans of Eleanor’s talent, want to know the source of her inspiration, but you also know that it will be nearly impossible to get an invitation to the exhibition. After bribing a couple of guards, hacking surveillance cameras and disabling security systems, you find yourselves in one of the exposition halls, believed to hold what you are looking to possess.
You have 45 minutes before security sensors come back online.
Will you be able to get what you came for and escape?