- Sculptor, ceramist, moulder, modeller and teacher
- Graduated of the Institut des arts appliqués de Montréal (Montréal institute of applied arts) in 1970
- Bachelor’s degree in plastic arts from Université Laval (1991)
- Co-editor of a textbook on the molding with Mimi L. BELLEAU - 1993
Modelling and molding - Ceramic, Éditions Saint-Martin
I have several years of teaching experience. I am presently working as a lecturer at Université Laval’s School of Visual Arts.
I graduated from the Institut des arts appliqués de Montréal (now part of Cégep du Vieux Montréal). I was the first student to further develop skills in design, ceramic moulding and modelling, and to work in industry. I have not only adapted and invented techniques and tools, but I have also worked with several types of moulding materials: clay, wax, metals, composite materials, etc.
My experience so far is a testament to my desire to work with different materials, such as bronze, plaster, clay, metal and wood. Combining these techniques has allowed me to take my art to another level.
My work is often influenced by my fascination for anything that involves the sea and architecture.
I have created sculptures made of bronze and metal or wood supports, representing a mix of architecture, water, and rough and polished bronze. This way I combine a material transformed by fire, then oxidized by air and stabilized by water and earth