Moving to Alberta in 2002 from Eastern Canada has had a tremendous impact on Pascale’s life and her artistic practice. Since 2004, She has had 11 solo exhibitions in Alberta, participated in more than 20 juried group shows across Canada and was awarded the Public Art Commission by the Town of Canmore for an outdoor sculptural work. She has more recently participated in a residency at the Banff Centre, taught creative painting and photo-editing, and has been president of the Mountain Arts Foundation and gallery director for the Canmore Arts Guild. Needless to say that she has been artistically thriving since she decided to call Alberta ‘home’.
Pascale’s training began in the Visual Arts Program at the Université du Québec à Montréal in the mid 90’s after completing a two year diploma (DEC) at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf in Fine Arts and Communications, followed by a diploma (DEC) in Interior Design in 1998. Since then, she has been largely self-directed in her pursuit of technical information and mentorship; devouring books and lectures by fellow artists and teaching when time has allowed her to do so. View full Bio