Immerse yourself in the universe of our resident artists
The first floor of the Vivoir is made up of open to the public artists' studios. Your visit in this stimulating environment will allow you to demystify the creation of the artworks of some of the Quebec artists whom are represented in the boutique-gallery on the floor above.
The innovative concept of ours open to the public studios resides in the glass partitions which are on either side of a corridor that you are invited to walk through. This unique space allows you to see inside artist's workshops in order to discover the atmosphere. There you will see tools, pieces being created and ideas in turmoil. You might even have the chance to meet artists at work!
Artists are free to schedule and the Vivoir team cannot know in advance which artist will be present at what times.
Artists in the studio
Le Vivoir is proud to present its collaborators, whose talent you will have the chance to see during your visit to the Vivoir workshops!
Glass and Ceramics
Judith Dubord creates with glass and ceramics. As an artist of many talents, she inspires with her delicate collections; the result of a unique relationship with matter. It is a real delight to see her at work.
Inside the leather studio, we are welcomed by Véronique Palin-Vernier. Guided by an acute sensibility towards nature, Véronique demonstrates all the various demands of her art. A savoir-faire filled with deeply rooted traditions! You won’t regret stopping by.
Engraving and printing
Our curiosity is awakened inside Chantale Bouchard’s studio. Through her practicing of engraving and printing, Chantale allows us to discover unusual techniques and equipment. We feel privileged upon this encounter.
André-Médard Bourgault, a descendant of the Bourgault family, occupies the fifth studio. From seeing him at work, we witness all the expertise that brings him to create his figures. An encounter that you won’t forget!
Dominique Beaupré Saint-Pierre
Glass and plants
Through her creations, Dominique Beaupré St-Pierre offers a surprising union between the living and the material. By integrating glass to plants, she offers us delicate and evolutionary sculptures. You will most likely find Dominique behind her the flame of her blowtorch.
Jewellery and pyrography
Behind Annie Roussel’s works lies a well-kept secret. Tiny letters engraved on the material form meaningful lines and textures that reveal the artist’s own texts. This intimate relationship between literature and visual arts plunges us into a world steeped in poetry and pure beauty!
Would you like to be one of the artists in the studio?
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