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Danielle Barbeau


53 x 7 x 10 in.


Bronze and steel

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Danielle Barbeau was born in Montréal and was involved in the textile creations sector for many years. Her work was exhibited at the Salon des métiers d’art du Québec in Montréal and she founded Les Ateliers du Prince, on Prince Arthur Street. In the early 1990’s, she created her own clothing collection for children named Barbotine which was a success for 10 years. ​
In 2001, she moved to Paris where she studied sculpture and drawing, which rapidly became a passion. From 2001 to 2005, the schools of Paris allowed her to learn and master the basics of the trade and develop her own personal style. She has studied and worked with renowned sculptors and at the School of Fine Arts in Paris. She has also participated in numerous group exhibitions, namely at the Canadian Cultural Centre (2003-2005), at the Salon des indépendants (2004-2005) and Boulogne-sur-Mer (2005), where she represented the Province of Québec.
When she returned to Québec, she attended Jean-Louis Émond’s workshops (2005-2013) and was represented by NuEdge Gallery in Montréal (2008-2011). She also participated at the Dot Art Fair in Miami (2011), the Contemporary Art Fair of Saint-Lambert (2011-2013), where she earned the Public’s Choice Award, and recently the Toronto International Art Fair (2013).
Since 2001, she has been totally dedicated to sculpture. She works in her studio in Rosemère and also at the Bronze Art Foundry in Inverness. In 2013, she opened Gallery QuatuArt in Rosemère with three other professional painters. In addition, she is represented by Galerie Espace 40, which is located in the Mile-End area of Montréal and Quartier Dix 30 in Brossard.