from Pincourt, Quebec, I always had an attraction for arts. For ten
years simultaneously, I played the accordion and danced classical
ballet. As for drawing, I was often told that I had inherited the
artistic talent of my paternal grandmother.
When I was a teenager, I participated in several art workshops at
Brault and Bouthillier in Montreal. A creative passion was beginning.
After my studies in Special care counselling at the Sherbrooke’s
College, I resumed my artistic process. I explored oil and pastel
before attending classes with painter Claire Lantagne. It helped me
develop my right brain during my drawing classes and understand the
basics of watercolor. Unfortunately, I stopped creating to go to work
as an educator. It is only twelve years later, since my last art class
and after a final return to Sherbrooke, that I plunged back into
I prefer watercolor, instead of oil, because the medium fascinates me
more by its transparency and fluidity. To help me regain confidence in
my work, I took classes with Pierre Jeanson, renowned painter in the
Eastern Townships. During his classes, I was able to showcase my talent
as a painter. Through my work, I try to put across my sweetness while
harmonising vibrantly the colors.
So now, get inspired by browsing through my little pleasures!