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Trained in artisanal cabinetmaking, I create miniature sculptural landscapes using a methodology drawn from the know-how of model makers to build poetic worlds. Born in Quebec in 1981, I now live and work in Deschambault. I participated in group exhibitions in Quebec at the Materia center (2019, 2016), at the Oeil de Poisson (2017), at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (Fait main, 2018) as well as in the context of the Foire en art actuel (2013), the Manif d’art 8 (2017) and 9 (Galerie Michel Guimont, 2019). I have also exhibited in Montreal at the Duran Mashaal Gallery (2017), at the exhibition center of the University of Montreal in addition to participating in the Saint-Lambert Contemporary Art Fair (2015, 2016, 2017), where I won the audience award (2016). I had my first solo exhibition at the exhibition center of the Vieux presbytère de Saint-Bruno de Montarville (2019). I have just finished a tour of 7 exhibitions in Quebec with my monumental diorama Hoc est corpus meum. My works are part of private and public collections, including those of Desjardins, Global Affairs Canada, the Méduse cooperative and the Baie-Saint-Paul contemporary art museum.


Artist Statement


I create miniature landscapes through which I give shape to poetic worlds where bucolic nature and technology meet; imagination and lucidity; past, present and future. Attempting to unify what seems a priori separate, my works materialize a work of (in)compatibility both in form and in subject matter. My works question our relationship with nature and our understanding of the world.

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