BRASSARD, André (1948)

André Brassard, Arbor. 1984. acier et aluminium brossé et poli. 4,27 x 6,09 m. Photo : Mélanie Rioux

André Brassard completed a degree in visual arts at Université Laval before beginning his teaching career at the Collège de Lévis and the Cégep de Rivière-du-Loup. He has participated in numerous group exhibitions and held several solo shows. Brassard considers himself a sculptor above all, but is also drawn to graphic arts, photography and casting. One of his sculptures, Arbor, is part of the Circuit Public’Art Desjardins in Rivière-du-Loup. It depicts a stylized tree and reflects an interest in structures, particularly those composed of modular elements.

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