Sacha Barette was born in Saguenay Lac St-Jean in 1965. He left his native region of Montreal, joined the BAC in Graphic Design at the Université du Québec à Montréal in 1982, and became a visual designer for advertising companies. After having taught painting to private individuals, he devoted himself entirely to painting and exhibited his works in art galleries in Montreal and the Outaouais.
Subsequently, he began traveling across Canada, the United States and Latin America, where he completely reconstructed his palette and asserted his style. Back in Quebec, he escapes to the countryside and finds the colors of his travels and the joy of painting.
He shapes color by trying to maintain its original purity, so that it can give the object and the figure its shape, its relief, its texture and its own light, all applied in "almost flat". Thus, color expresses itself to the essential.

2002 State of the Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada (group show)
2002 Art and Soul Gallery, Indianapolis, USA (group show)
2001 Art Expo New York, New York, USA.
2000 State of the Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada
1999 Art Expo New York, New York, USA.
1998 Public Prosecution Building in Mexico City, "La Ventana", Mexico
"La Tour of the Twenty", an open house exhibition of 20 artists from the Brome-Missisquoi region
Solo exhibition at the art gallery L'Art de L'epoque, Aylmer, Quebec
Exhibition with "Le bateau Lavoir" at the Center d'art Contemporain de Montréal