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Henriette Gagnon

Born in 1956, in Saguenay-Lac-Jean, she grew up in Chicoutimi. She migrated to Montreal to complete her studies at the University of Quebec in Montreal until obtaining a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts, followed by a certificate in teaching. The courses then accumulate with training in graphic design at the School of Design of UQAM.

In 2011, she chose to settle in the magnificent Charlevoix region, more exactly in Les Éboulements. Picturesque place where the meeting of artists of all origins merge...enriching contacts that will help fuel her flame.

Today, in her eyes, art is an essential invitation to rub shoulders with an extraordinarily varied and above all constantly evolving world of creation. In her artistic approach, one thing in which she remains firmly anchored to is certainly never to remain stuck on a piece of this grandiose universe ... This is enough to nourish many projects.