For more than 40 years, Suzanne Dubuc has pursued her research in visual arts with the objective of finding accuracy in the balance of the elements that make up her works, while assuming room for randomness and accidents along the way. Thus, the shaping of ideas is both the result of reflection and play. In … Read More


Marc Guastavino works on the link between image and memory, on the way we think with the help of an image, on collective memories, as well as on the way creation takes shape. His work is based in particular on the notion of places and images in the arts of memory in the Middle Ages … Read More

RICARD, Mirabelle

Mirabelle Ricard studied graphic design and cinema before photography became her favorite medium. Thanks to ancient techniques such as gum bichromate, cyanotype and the lumen process, she tackles the themes of memory and traces. A recent member of Atelier Circulaire, she explores and combines the arts of printmaking. The more singular elements that she incorporates … Read More

LEDUC, Madeleine

Madeleine finds her inspiration in various subjects related to her experience and her vision of the world. Everything is often spiced up with humor, sarcasm, irony, without malevolence. Her interest for anatomy led her to work, for more than thirty years, as a medical illustrator. She worked at the CHU Sainte-Justine until 2016. As part … Read More


After completing her training at the Beaux-Arts in France, Fayza Mazouz moved to Montreal to train in environmental design at UQAM. A researcher and designer, she is particularly interested in architecture and its representations in contexts such as the Canadian Far North. Her artistic practice is inspired by the drawing codes used to represent the … Read More

BOUGIE, Louis-Pierre

Louis-Pierre Bougie was born in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, in 1946. His experience in printmaking is extensive. He specialized in intaglio and etching in Paris, at Lacourière et Frélaut, where he worked for over fifteen years. He has frequently resided abroad to work and study, namely in France, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Finland and in New York. His … Read More


Lucie Palombi is an artist and architect. At Atelier Circulaire, she explores the horizon of possibilities offered by lithography and intaglio. Inspired by architectural elements and other “objects with a poetic reaction”, several of her prints have been acquired by the collections of the Bibliothèque et des Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ). Instragram: @luciepalombi  

PRÉVOST, Laurence

Laurence Prévost’s work goes beyond the boundaries usually reserved for a single field of activity. It must be said from the start that her initial training was as a musician – cello. She has been teaching and playing this instrument for over thirty years. Throughout her print work, there is a reduction of fields of … Read More


Using abstract art forms such as non-figurative visual art and, previously, dance, Naomi Bellos tells a story on many levels. A lifelong story that represents an endless quest to express the relationships between the human body, the natural world and the landscapes we inhabit. For fifteen years, she has used printmaking (etching, collagraphy, lithography) as … Read More


Paule Lamarche is a Montreal-based artist whose approach relates to the landscape genre. Her immersions in rural areas of Quebec, particularly Kuujjuaq in Northern Quebec, have influenced her artistic practice. It is in those landscapes as far as the eye can see that she draws her inspiration, deconstructing and recreating the landscape through lithography and … Read More