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Born in Deep River, Ontario, David James is an internationally renowned artist. James became interested in sculpture at a very…

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Born in Salamanca, Spain, Luis Paniagua is a Hispano-Canadian sculptor who has been sculpting with stone since his childhood. After…

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André Dubois, Les Ombres Claires, 2017, Centre d'art Stewart Hall, Pointe-Claire. Aluminium, acier inoxydable, béton . 2 x 3 x 2.5 m.

Quebec native André Dubois began his artistic career as a graphic designer before devoting himself to visual arts, mainly sculpture….

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Serge Beaumont, Pointes de Chasse, 1985. Bronze, calcaire et marbre. Photo © Serge Beaumont.

Originally from Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Serge Beaumont is a Quebecois sculptor who established himself in Saint-Césaire in the Montérégie region of Quebec….

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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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Christophe Fontaine is an Innu sculptor, singer and traditional Innu tambourine (Teueikan) player from Sept-Îles, Quebec. He is also known…

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Born in the Outaouais region, with Algonquian origins, Denis Charrette is a self-taught artist-sculptor who draws inspiration from his aboriginal…

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Socially Conscious Art See more results

Valérie Blass, High-up, dignitary, panjandrum, high muckamuck, 2015. Polystyrène, Styroplast, gouache, acier, caoutchouc, impression Inkjet sur cotton, structure de métal. 101 ½ x 121 x 62 pouces. Photo © :  Catriona Jeffries Gallery 
 (Vancouver), 2015.

Born in Chambly, Quebec, Valérie Blass holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in visual and media arts from the Université…

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Mathieu Gaudet, Les environs, 2017. © Mathieu Gaudet, photo : Guy L'Heureux (2017)

Born in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts (Quebec), Mathieu Gaudet is an artist based in Montreal represented by Galery Roger Bellemare. As an autodidact,…

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Alain Paiement, (vue d'installation) Amphithéâtre Bachelard, 1988. Papier photographique, bois, métal. Photo © : Alain Paiement.

Alain Paiement has a bachelor’s degree in visual arts and teaching (1983) and a master’s degree in visual arts (1987)…

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Nicolas Baier, Autoportrait, 2015. Acier inoxydable, verre. Œuvre commandée dans le cadre du 50e anniversaire de la construction de Place Ville-Marie (Montréal). © Nicolas Baier (2015). Photo : Nicolas Baier.

Born in Montreal, Nicolas Baier earned his BFA in studio arts at Concordia University in 1994. Very early on, his…

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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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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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Born in the Outaouais region, with Algonquian origins, Denis Charrette is a self-taught artist-sculptor who draws inspiration from his aboriginal…

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Lucy Meeko (Takkatak), sans titre. Pierre, stéatite,   8 x 12 x 5 cm. Collection d'art inuit du Nunavik. Photo © Institut culturel Avataq.

Lucy Meeko, born in Kuujjuarapic, Quebec, is known for her diverse work in sculpture, drawing, engraving, basketry, sewing and wall…

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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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Alain Buscarlet,   Béton-néon jaune,1994. Béton et néon. 60x180 cm. Photo : Manuel Buscarlet.

Alain Buscarlet received a degree in painting and three-dimensional research from the École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et des Arts Visuels…

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Robert Prenovault, Territoires simultanés, 1993. Photo : Jean Bernier.

Robert Prenovault studied sculpture in Winnipeg and completed an MA in visual arts at Concordia University. After working in northern…

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Julien Bouchard is a self-taught artist living in the Montérégie region. His wood sculptures are made primarily from driftwood, given…

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Biennale See more results

Alain Paiement, (vue d'installation) Amphithéâtre Bachelard, 1988. Papier photographique, bois, métal. Photo © : Alain Paiement.

Alain Paiement has a bachelor’s degree in visual arts and teaching (1983) and a master’s degree in visual arts (1987)…

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François Mathieu, Un tour, venu d'un centre, 2014. Cuir, corde de polyester, poulies métalliques, béton. 272 x 320 x 320 cm. Photo © : Étienne Boucher.

Born in Saint-Éphrem-de-Beauce, François Mathieu earned two bachelor’s degrees, one in philosophy, the other in studio arts, as well as…

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Alexandre David, L’un sur l’autre, 2013. Bois, contreplaqué, acier, 732 x 1370 x 732 cm. Photo © : Guy L’Heureux.

Alexandre David was born in Montreal and earned a bachelor’s degree in visual arts from Concordia University and a master’s…

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François Mathieu, Un tour, venu d'un centre, 2014. Cuir, corde de polyester, poulies métalliques, béton. 272 x 320 x 320 cm. Photo © : Étienne Boucher.

Born in Saint-Éphrem-de-Beauce, François Mathieu earned two bachelor’s degrees, one in philosophy, the other in studio arts, as well as…

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Bronze See more results

Serge Beaumont, Pointes de Chasse, 1985. Bronze, calcaire et marbre. Photo © Serge Beaumont.

Originally from Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Serge Beaumont is a Quebecois sculptor who established himself in Saint-Césaire in the Montérégie region of Quebec….

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Born in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Jean Cartier is a Quebecois ceramicist who had a brilliant career. In 1949, he earned his diploma…

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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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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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Valérie Blass, High-up, dignitary, panjandrum, high muckamuck, 2015. Polystyrène, Styroplast, gouache, acier, caoutchouc, impression Inkjet sur cotton, structure de métal. 101 ½ x 121 x 62 pouces. Photo © :  Catriona Jeffries Gallery 
 (Vancouver), 2015.

Born in Chambly, Quebec, Valérie Blass holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in visual and media arts from the Université…

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Carole Baillargeon, L'arbre est dans ses feuilles, Élément 1, 1995-2002. Jeans modifiés et assemblés au point de boutonnière, base de tabouret, roulettes. 97 x 49 x 49 cm. Photo : Michel Gauvin.

Carole Baillargeon holds a Bachelor’s degree in scenography (1986) and an MFA (1996) from Concordia University and completed the coursework…

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Michelle Héon, Barques, 2004. Denim broyé sur structure métallique. Barques de 7 à 8,50 m L. Installation de trois barques sur un des étangs du Roz, canal de Nantes à Brest. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Michelle Héon holds a Master’s degree in architectural planning and design from the Université de Montréal (1978). She now divides…

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Sonia Robertson, L'éveil du pouvoir, 2017. Avec l'aimable permission de l'artiste.

Sonia Robertson is an innu artist, originally from the Mashteuiatsh aboriginal community, born in the Pointe-Bleue area of Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean….

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Mathieu Gaudet, Les environs, 2017. © Mathieu Gaudet, photo : Guy L'Heureux (2017)

Born in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts (Quebec), Mathieu Gaudet is an artist based in Montreal represented by Galery Roger Bellemare. As an autodidact,…

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Louis Fortier, Déroutes quotidiennes. Programmes longs dit de la reconstruction (avatars, angles, moules et fuites)(détail/detail), 2005-2007. Cire et pigments, dimensions variables/Wax and pigment, variable dimensions. Photo : Guy L'Heureux.

Louis Fortier is a sculptor born in Quebec City and is currently working at Montreal. Louis Fortier obtained a bachelor’s…

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Martin Boisseau, Précarité formelle 15 x 15 x 15 cm (1), 2015. Graphite, verre, serres à coulisse, 127 x 71 x 71 cm, Atelier Graff. Photo : Richard Max Tremblay .

Martin Boisseau is an artist from Montreal, represented for many years by Galery Graff. Between 1989 and 1992, he finished…

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Jim Ritchie (James Edward Ritchie) is a sculptor born in Montreal, but he lived most of his life in Provence,…

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Monument See more results

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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Normand Toupin is known for creating art from recycled materials and objects. His sculptures, which are displayed in a museum…

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Marcel Dubub,  Quinconce.  Panneau de bois marin okoumé, verre teinté, feuilles de métal.  8' x 4' x 1''1/2.  Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

A graduate of the École des beaux-arts de Montréal (1965), Marcel Dubuc describes himself as a sculptor and fontainier (a…

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Alex Magrini, Hommage a Camille Claudel ou Ne tuez pas Rodin, 1987.

A professor at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi since 1980, Alex Magrini has received awards that include the Prix…

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Sonia Robertson, L'éveil du pouvoir, 2017. Avec l'aimable permission de l'artiste.

Sonia Robertson is an innu artist, originally from the Mashteuiatsh aboriginal community, born in the Pointe-Bleue area of Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean….

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Martin Boisseau, Précarité formelle 15 x 15 x 15 cm (1), 2015. Graphite, verre, serres à coulisse, 127 x 71 x 71 cm, Atelier Graff. Photo : Richard Max Tremblay .

Martin Boisseau is an artist from Montreal, represented for many years by Galery Graff. Between 1989 and 1992, he finished…

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Sonia Robertson, L'éveil du pouvoir, 2017. Avec l'aimable permission de l'artiste.

Sonia Robertson is an innu artist, originally from the Mashteuiatsh aboriginal community, born in the Pointe-Bleue area of Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean….

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Musician, technologist, producer, and multidisciplinary artist Bill Vorn (born Yves Bilodeau) is a Canadian who has worked in the field…

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Interaction Qui, Tacon-Site de l'Entrepreneuriat, 2013. Crédit photo : Geneviève Boucher. Ce monument a été édifié par 41 femmes entrepreneures provenant des cinq MRC de la région. C’est par un geste signifiant basé sur le partage et la collaboration que les entrepreneures ont marqué le territoire du Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean. Elles ont échangé la pierre identifiée à leur entreprise pour un symbole d’appartenance régionale lors de l’implantation du Tacon-Site de l’Entrepreneuriat le 29 août 2013.

The group Interaction Qui was founded in 1980 by artists Jocelyn Maltais, born in Alma, Quebec, and Alain Laroche, born…

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Jean-Pierre Gauthier,  Hypoxia, module #7, 2012.

Present on the contemporary art scene since the mid-1990s, Jean-Pierre Gauthier creates kinetic, auditory sculptures. A Matane, Québec native, Gauthier…

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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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Carole Baillargeon, L'arbre est dans ses feuilles, Élément 1, 1995-2002. Jeans modifiés et assemblés au point de boutonnière, base de tabouret, roulettes. 97 x 49 x 49 cm. Photo : Michel Gauvin.

Carole Baillargeon holds a Bachelor’s degree in scenography (1986) and an MFA (1996) from Concordia University and completed the coursework…

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Self-taught artist Nicole Vincent developed her art expertise through various artist workshops. She has since facilitated many of her own…

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Monique Trottier holds a Certificate in creativity and a BFA (1986). Between 1985 and 1993, she completed various professional development…

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Sonia Robertson, L'éveil du pouvoir, 2017. Avec l'aimable permission de l'artiste.

Sonia Robertson is an innu artist, originally from the Mashteuiatsh aboriginal community, born in the Pointe-Bleue area of Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean….

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Interaction Qui, Tacon-Site de l'Entrepreneuriat, 2013. Crédit photo : Geneviève Boucher. Ce monument a été édifié par 41 femmes entrepreneures provenant des cinq MRC de la région. C’est par un geste signifiant basé sur le partage et la collaboration que les entrepreneures ont marqué le territoire du Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean. Elles ont échangé la pierre identifiée à leur entreprise pour un symbole d’appartenance régionale lors de l’implantation du Tacon-Site de l’Entrepreneuriat le 29 août 2013.

The group Interaction Qui was founded in 1980 by artists Jocelyn Maltais, born in Alma, Quebec, and Alain Laroche, born…

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Diana Boulay, Apocalypse (dessus), 2013. Tempesta (milieu),  2012. Sérénité (dessous), 2013. Plastiques récupérés opaques, semi-transparents, coffres acryliques récupérés. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Diana Boulay studied at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ School of Art and Design (1974-1975) and holds a BFA…

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Reynald Connolly intentionally distanced himself from formal teachings by instead developing his skills alongside practising artists. He participated in live…

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Gilles Lauzé, Les butors, 2012. Fibre de verre. 152 x 243 x 121 cm. Photo avec l’aimable autorisation de l’artiste.

Gilles Lauzé studied at the École des beaux-arts de Montréal from 1965 to 1969, developing his skills in a range…

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Alain Paiement, (vue d'installation) Amphithéâtre Bachelard, 1988. Papier photographique, bois, métal. Photo © : Alain Paiement.

Alain Paiement has a bachelor’s degree in visual arts and teaching (1983) and a master’s degree in visual arts (1987)…

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Born in Deep River, Ontario, David James is an internationally renowned artist. James became interested in sculpture at a very…

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Born in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Jean Cartier is a Quebecois ceramicist who had a brilliant career. In 1949, he earned his diploma…

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Born in Deep River, Ontario, David James is an internationally renowned artist. James became interested in sculpture at a very…

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Born in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Jean Cartier is a Quebecois ceramicist who had a brilliant career. In 1949, he earned his diploma…

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Born in Chibougamau, the sculptor Tim Whiskeychan uses his artwork as a means of preserving and sharing his Cree culture….

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