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Delvica Allard,    Claude Champagne. Circa 1965. Bronze. 45,8 x 45,8 cm. Photo : Guillaume Sanfaçon

Delvica Allard sculpted many realistic busts and commemorative medallions of Quebec politicians and religious figures such as Camillien Houde, Mayor…

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Jocelyne Alloucherie, Porte de jour, 2004. Plaques de métal d’acier intempérique. Square Dalhousie, Vieux-Montréal. Photo : Alexandre Nunes.

Jocelyne Alloucherie’s installations juxtapose various mediums (drawing, painting, photography, sculpture…) and prompt the viewer to stroll through what the artist…

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Denise Arsenault, Discour du roi poète, 1982. Pierre calcaire. Monument à la mémoire de Roland Proulx. Place Roland-Proulx, Montréal. Photo : Alexandre Nunes.

Artist and teacher Denise Arsenault completed Discours du roi poète in 1982. This limestone sculpture is located at Place Roland-Proulx…

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Claire Brunet,  Vulnerable: The Salmon Project. 2007-2014. Aluminium coulé, patiné mapping vidéo. 182 cm x 81 cm x 127 cm. Photo : Michel Dubreuil

Claire Brunet holds a PhD from Concordia University (2014) and a MFA in visual arts from the Université du Québec…

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Dominique Blain, Missa, 1992.
Cent paires de bottes militaires usagées suspendues à une grille par des fils de nylon noir. MBAM, achat, collection Ultramar du Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal. Photo MBAM, Denis Farley.

Dominique Blain studied visual arts at Concordia University and is a founding member of the artist-run centre Articule in Montreal….

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Jacques Coulombe, Ruisseau II, 1989. Tôle galvanisée et pierre de rivière. 200 x 300 x 50 cm. Photo avec l'aimable autorisation de l'artiste.

Self-described as a self-taught artist, Jacques Coulombe began his career in the mid-sixties and works with a range of materials…

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Germain Desbiens, Avant Age, 1987. Symposium de Baie-Comeau.

Germain Desbiens is a sculptor, muralist, teacher and art workshop facilitator. He completed studies in art, education and animation at…

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René Derouin, Place publique,1992. 3000 statuettes. Céramique, acier, bois relief et eau. 580 x 488cm. Collection Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

René Derouin is considered one of Quebec’s leading artists in the field of engraving. In 1955, he left his studies…

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Joan Esar is a graduate of the École des beaux-arts de Montréal (1969) and Concordia University (1975). A former visual…

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Jean-Louis Émond dans son atelier. Photo : Jean Martin.

Jean-Louis Émond began his career as a self-taught painter before studying sculpture under the guidance of artist Yves Trudeau. He…

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Pedro Espinel Ruiz,  Action dynamique, 2000. Acier plié et peint. 125 x 200 cm. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Colombian-born Pedro Espinel Ruiz completed a degree in sculpture at the National University of Colombia. In addition to presenting his…

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Suzanne Ferland, 772-13036, 2009. Pierre de rivière. Photo : Michel Dubreuil.

Multidisciplinary artist Suzanne FerlandL holds a BFA from the Université du Québec à Montréal. Drawn to the substance of the…

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Diane Gougeon, Désenchantement / diane's rainbow, 2013. Bassin en néoprène, pavés, système d'éclairage au xénon, projection vidéo. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Diane Gougeon participated in the 1974 Concours de la Province de Québec and received the Greenshields scholarship at the 1976…

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Aristide Gagnon, Sphère de la poétique, 2007. Bronze. Sphère de 12 pouces de diamètre et de 15 pouces de haut 
avec la base. Photos : Nicolas Gagnon.

Multidisciplinary artist Aristide Gagnon studied at the École des beaux-arts de Québec from 1952 to 1956. His work can be…

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Peter Gnass, ,La Filière, 2006. Matériaux bois, fibre de verre, photo avec encadrement. 123 x 77 x 84 cm.

Peter Gnass attended the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg and the École des beaux-arts de Montréal and was introduced…

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Bozena Happach, Silver Boy, 2008. Métal, résine et fibre. 3'-2" x 3'-6" x 1'-6". Photo: Bozena Happach.

Bozena Happach studied in Poland, where she attended the College of Fine Arts and the Gdansk Polytechnic University (Faculties of…

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Daniel Hogue, Champ de lumière en mémoire de Pablo Neruda et de Gaston Miron, Symposium international d’Art in situ de la Fondation Derouin à Val-David, 2005-2006. Superficie totale : 150 m2. Photo : Michel Dubreuil.

Daniel Hogue is a teacher, graphic designer, illustrator and artist. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in 2D/graphic design (1976) from…

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Marcel Jean, E, 2005. Bois, peinture, verre et ciment. 162 cm (H). Photo avec l'aimable autorisation de l'artiste.

Marcel Jean studied at the École des beaux-arts de Québec. Throughout his teaching career, he has also experimented in painting,…

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Danica Jojich, Sheep's Eyes, 2012. Laine et métal. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

A professor at Concordia University, Danica Jojich explores visual arts through sculpture, installation and performance art. Her often provocative work…

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Photo de Louis Jobin, 1845-1928, à la fin de sa vie (photographe inconnu, Archives de la basilique de Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré).

Louis Jobin, known primarily for sculpting religious art, was an apprentice to François-Xavier Berlinguet and later to William Boulton in…

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Peter Krausz, Traces  (six vues de  Tolède I et 2), 1991. Huile sur bois, plomb, acier et objets divers. 234 x 102 x 41 cm. Photo : avec l'aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Peter Krausz studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bucharest (Romania) from 1964 to 1969. After moving to Quebec…

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Photo à venir... / Picture to come...

While known primarily as a painter, Christian Kiopini also creates vast installations using plywood and acrylic on canvas. These “tableaux”…

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Anne Kahane,  Runners , 1952. Bois. 38 x 44 x 9 cm. Photo : Patrick Altman, avec l’aimable autorisation du Musée du Québec.

After graduating from the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, Anne Kahane pursued further studies at the Cooper Union Art School…

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Louise Lemire, Au gré des vents, 2010. Calcaire St-Marc. 147 x 97 x 33 cm.
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After studying fine arts in college, Louise Lemire completed a number of professional development internships in sculpture, notably with Robert…

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Paméla Landry, Aires d’apaisement, 2005. Cuir, feutre, lycra, matériaux de rembourrage, mousqueton, ressorts, moteurs et composantes électroniques. 450 x  450 cm. Photo : Paul Litherland.

Paméla Landry completed a BFA at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi in 1985 and an MFA at Concordia University…

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Lise Labrie, La scatosphère, 2004. Drain agricole, compost de vers de terre, assiette contenant herbe de blé. 900 cm. Photo  avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Lise Labrie holds a BEd, a Certificate in arts and crafts (Université du Québec à Chicoutimi) and a degree in…

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Joëlle Morosoli, Camaïeu d’ombres, 2009. Carton/mousse, tissu élastique, mécanique, moteurs, électronique, ombres projetées. 800 x 600 x 300 cm. Photo : Michel Dubreuil.

Sculptor and novelist Joëlle Morosoli cofounded Espace magazine alongside Serge Fisette. She holds a BFA from Université Laval (1975), a…

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Claude Millette
ARCHIVOLTE, 2011, acier inoxydable, 750cm x 170cm x 100cm. Photo avec l'aimable autorisation de l'artiste.

Claude Millette attended the École de sculpture in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli and completed welding apprenticeships with Jordi Bonet (1977) and Robert Poulin…

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Richard Martel, La conquête, 2008. Photo : Ivan Binet.

Richard Martel is a multidisciplinary artist, cultural event organizer, conference speaker and author. He is also a founding member and…

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David Naylor, Somewhere, sans titre (divan), 2004. Bois, plâtre, ocre naturelle. 69 cm x 227.5 cm x 109.5 cm. Collection de l'artiste. Photo : Guy L'Heureux.

David Naylor left the University of Saskatchewan to study at the École des beaux-arts de Québec after spending time in…

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Jean Noël,  Labyrinthe , 1967. Plexiglas. 225 x 60 x 60 cm. Photo : avec l'aimable
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Jean Noël completed a BA and studies in administration before becoming a student at the École des beaux-arts de Montréal…

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Gunter Nolte, Group of four kinetic sculptures (and two silkscreens),1968. Fibre de verre, résine de polyester, acier. 110 x 146 cm.

Gunter Nolte was born in Göttingen, Germany, and became a Canadian citizen in 1966. After spending time in various artist’s…

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Robert Nepveu, Force et progrès, 1985. Acier. 213 cm. Lachine . Photo : C-D.

After studying art at the Université du Québec à Montréal and the Centre d’infographie du Québec (between 1981 and 1983),…

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Daniel Olson, Private Investigation,1998. Mobilier, diplômes, fournitures de bureau, livres d'artiste, objets sonores, bande sonore, complet et chapeau. Photo: Daniel Roussel.

Daniel Olson studied mathematics and architecture before receiving a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (Halifax,…

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Serge Otis, Les quatre saisons, 1964. Métal. Photo anonyme.

A leading figure in the resurgence of Quebec sculpture during the sixties and seventies, Serge Otis traveled throughout Canada, the…

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Lorraine A Oades, e-xchange, 2011. Bois et appareils électroniques. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Lorraine Oades has lived in Montreal since the late 1980s. She holds a degree in interdisciplinary studies from Vancouver’s Emily…

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Richard Purdy, Unrestored, 2010-2011. Tableaux de peintures originales à l'huile encadrés. 1242 x 4405 cm. Bâtiment #5b, Espace  Shawinigan. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Multidisciplinary artist Richard Purdy holds a BFA in visual arts from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in…

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Roland Poulin, Ultime dialogue, 2012. Bronze et aluminum. 229 x 220 x 116 cm. Photo : Michel Dubreuil.

Roland Poulin was a young graduate of the École des beaux-arts de Montréal in 1969, later teaching visual arts for…

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Jocelyn Robert,  L'Origine des espèces,2006. Impression jet d'encre, haut-parleurs, amplificateur, pieds en bois et métal, filage, trame sonore. 500 x 250 x 200 cm. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Sculptor, performer, communicator and author Jocelyn Robert has taught at Université Laval’s School of Visual Arts since 2008. He founded…

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Jean & Robert Rutka, Fils communs I Common Threads, 1994. Acier, verre. 6 x 6 x 6 m.

We have little information on Jean Rutka’s educational background and career except that she founded Atelier Sculpt (SEE ENTRY) and…

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Claude Sabourin, Penseur,1990. Projet pour monument, plâtre, 25 cm. Photo avec l'aimable autorisation de l'artiste.

Claude Sabourin has been participating in painting and sculpture exhibitions in Quebec, the United States, South America and Europe since…

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Alain-Marie Tremblay, Nymphe, 2004. Céramique composée de tessons de grès sur bétonique, émaux. 45 cm (H). Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

After graduating with a Diploma in ceramics from the Institut des arts appliqués in Montreal (1961), Alain-Marie Tremblay completed engraving…

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Yves Trudeau,  Le phare du cosmos, 1965. Bois et acier. 950 m. Photo : Claudette Desjardins, Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal.

An outstanding figure in the world of Quebec sculpture, Yves Trudeau attended the École des beaux-arts de Montréal. He went…

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Karen Trask,  Cette nuit, Défaire, 2008. Installation -performance, bandes magnétiques audio, tête de lecture modifiée (magnétophone) hauts-parleurs, et  moteur de machine à coudre, lumière suspendue. Photo : Paul Litherland.

Multidisciplinary artist Karen Trask holds a BFA and an MFA in visual arts. Comprising prints, videos, sculptures, installations, artist’s books, and…

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Serge Tousignant, Guillotine, 1968. Acier émaillé, acier inoxydable poli. 55 x 89 x 355 cm. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Serge Tousignant attended the École des beaux-arts de Montréal before completing a professional development internship in lithography and painting at…

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Sarla Voyer,  La maison fantôme,  2002. Papier blanc, broches, plumes d'oie, papier vélin, photographie. 310 x 671 x 122 cm. Photo : Martine Doyon.

Sarla Voyer holds a BFA (1993) and an MFA (1997) and completed professional development internships at Toronto’s York University (1991)…

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Bill Vazan,  Story Rock, 1986. Pierre, gravier, tourbe, Lachine. 243 cm de diamètre. Photo : C. Desjardins.

A major figure in the fields of conceptual art, land art and photo montage, Bill Vazan studied visual arts at…

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Irene F. Whittome, Yama,2002. Bambou, acier, corde noire tresse a la main pise. 335 x 335 cm. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

An exceptional artist and teacher, Irene F. Whittome attended the Vancouver School of Art before studying engraving under Stanley William…

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Carole Wagner, Expansion,  2011. Aluminium, aluminium anodisé, matériau composite, base de béton. 620 x 640 cm. Photo : Daniel Rompré.

Carole Wagner moved to Abitibi-Témiscamingue in 1977 after earning a Bachelor’s degree in sculpture. In 1979, she submitted a project…

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