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, countless intrepid rivers, pristine air and mosquitoes.

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

One of the things I want to do better is my art. This means I must retreat to the studio for now, and so won’t be writing as regularly. 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.
Stay tuned for upcoming events.

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