The End of the Road

I recently took a trip with a friend all the way up to the end of road #138, on the northern coast of Québec. It’s 765 miles of driving along the Saint-Lawrence river, wide open spaces of woods, intrepid rivers, pure air and mosquitoes.

Up there, the immensity of the wilderness takes you beyond words: silence stills your mind and space takes hold of your heart. It was a perfect place to gain some perspective, and I came back with a decision: do less and do it better.

What I want to do better is my art. It’s been a privilege to share my process with you, but I must focus in the studio now. This blog will keep you informed of upcoming events, such as a group show I am proud to take part in this fall, at Galerie des Beaux-Arts des Amériques. You can also find me on Instagram.

This has been an enriching and exciting experience, and I hope it brought you joy along the way.

“La Romaine River, Minganie”, 2019, photo Louise Jalbert
“On the rocks at Grande Bergeronnes, Manicouagan”, photo Guilda Dionne 2019