I was raised in northern Quebec in a vast area covered in muskeg and forests. When I moved to western Canada the striking beauty of the landscape and ocean fascinated me. The depths of the ocean have a wonderful, mystical character, which inspired me. I am deeply concerned with the fate of our world and the creatures that inhabit it.The consequences of our behavior on the environment and the alarming impact that we have on the world around us, governs my art. I use a variety of techniques; knots, bends, weaving and crochet and I work instinctively and choose materials that catch my attention when ideas arise.
My challenge is to compose art based on nature and to find a way to translate the beauty that I find in the natural world into my work.
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