2015, Black Hole, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, 29 x 20 x 0.5"
2015, De Biais, textile embroidery through plexiglass, 20 x 10.5"
2015, Miami, textile embroidery through acrylic, latex paint, 28 x 18 x 5"
2015, XX XX, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, 26.5 x 22.5 x 0.5"
2016, Inside Out, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, 36 x 36"
2016, I See, acrylic and latex paint, 24 x 12 x 3"
2015, Tango 2-4, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, 18 x 18"
2014, Wallpaper, textile embroidery through plexiglass, spray and latex paint, 26.5 x 20" each
Work in progress.
2014, Killing My Art, textile embroidery through plexiglass, oil paint, 36 x 38"
Collection of Conseil de la culture des régions de Québec et de Chaudière-Appalaches
2014, Les Beaux conflits, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex and spray paint, 11,5 x 11"
A "mise en abîme": the use of thread to represent entangled yarn and heaps of knots to create new images.
Fibre Art Collection / Idea Exchange
2013, Knots Bouquet, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex and iron paint, 59 x 30"
View of exhibition _ 2013, Between the Line, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON
2012, "Am I Yours? You Are Mine", textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, 28 x 20" each _ Sold
2013, Eight Suns in Chaos, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, bronze leaf, 32 x 48"
2012, Paper Bag, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, bronze leaf, 18.5 x 18.5" each _ 2/3 Sold
2013, My Sunday's Mask, textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint, 20 x 20" _ Sold
Textile embroidery through plexiglass, latex paint.
72 x 37"
The Rorschach Residency
2012, The Rorschach Residency, textile embroidery on plastic, laser etched Plexiglas, light, aluminum frame, 24 x 18" or 18 x 24"
The Rorschach Residency has begun during an artist residency in France in autumn 2010. While maintaining a significant degree of subjectivity, this project consisted in provoking intimate links with the other resident artists to interpret visually certain indiscreet quotes.
Series of 9
Daniel & Mark
2011, textile embroidery through plexiglass, 10 x 20"
Labyrinth, I looked at him in the eyes and asked him to leave me alone.
Labyrinth, he told me that people were victimising themself but in fact they get what they deserve.
Labyrinth, he told me that things would also change for me, he knew about it.
Labyrinth, he asked me for a kiss to be forgiven.
Labyrinth, I pretended to be interested at the locks but I was looking for an exit.
Charcot's Holy Hystericals
2011, Holy Hystericals, textile embroidery through clear plastic, plexiglass, light,18 x 10" each
"The uterus is an animal who wants to engerder children. When it remains barren too long after puberty, he becomes worried and, advancing through the body and cutting off the air to its passage, it interferes with breathing, causes great suffering and all kinds of diseases. "(Plato) Women are suffering from hysteria, a term derived from the Greek word hystera, meaning uterus.
Later, at the Salpetriere Hospital in Paris, hysterical women are under the observation of the neurologist Jean-Michel Charcot trying to study the disease through hypsnosis. The women were photographed to capture evidences of their pathological stage during their crisis.
Charcot’s Holy Hystericals presents three of these photographs. I haloed women with a half doily to signify femininity, French culture and to imply the sanctity of their long abstinence. They are half-sacred, half-crazy.
In Japanese, Karensansui means “dry landscape”, as well as “mountains and water”. It refers to dual oppositions. Through its shape and the arrangement of the stones, the Karesansui garden is a metaphorical space dedicated to meditation.
The embroidered sculptures represent a personal adaptation of this type of garden. Three metal stones upon which is told a mysterious story expressed through allegorical features. Small icons are embroidered at the bottom of these stones to force the viewer to walk around the pieces to get closer to explore the subtlety of the imagery. Delicate threads follow (or not) a punched path into the thickness of the metal to reveal a blurred image of wolfpacks chasing their prey.
If the original gardens are dedicated to meditation and contemplation, my work supports the need for introspection by revealing secrets.
"Karesansui, where are you ? The others do not interest me. " "Karesansui, I'm afraid of men. " "Karesansui, look what you made me do. "
2010, "Karesansui, where are you, the others don't interest me?", textile embroidery through steel, +/- 22 x 16 x 16"
2010, "Karesansui, I am afraid of all men", textile embroidery through steel, +/- 32 x 16 x 15"
2010, "Karesansui, look what you make me doing", textile embroidery through steel, +/- 29 x 12 x 18"
View of exhibition _ 2010, Mine de rien, MATERIA Center, Québec city, Qc
"Say Yes" Diamond
A black case containing a steel diamond containing an embroidered heart.