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Martin Brisson

Born in 1975 in Cap-à-l'Aigle in Charlevoix, where he still lives, Martin Brisson mixes his sculptures with several different types of materials, which are always for him the starting point of his creations. The energy and beauty of his country fuel his need to create, to transform materials: stones of different geographical origins, recycled metal, wood of various species. An inspired and committed artist, Martin Brisson is an artist who feeds on his encounters, his travels and the research related to his creations. He is known for his implications and his interest in leaving his mark on the territory. He participated in several international events, which allowed him to compare himself with his peers and discover the diversity of the world. 

While handling the riches that nature provides, Martin continues his work thinking that art should become more important in towns and villages, gardens, schools and all places of everyday life. As for his own works, he caresses the ambition that people recognize themselves in them, that they feel concerned about them and that they adopt them. His quest for the harmony of shapes and colours cannot therefore be dissociated from that of making his art accessible and unifying.