in Montreal in 1952, French Canadian and daughter of a bush pilot, Lise
Lemarier lived in Three Rivers Canada during the first 6 years of her
life until her family moved to Quebec city where she still resides.
She was basically self-taught since the age of 16, interested in all
kinds of art, and has and can work with different mediums but prefers
working mostly in oils.
She has studied under Maurice Morin, at Gallery Charles-Huot on the
rue du Tresor in the old Quebec City Latin quarter where artists still
display their work today.
She went to Paris in 1985 and 1986 to pursue her artistry and at that
time exhibited some of her work on the rue du Princesse at the Epicerie
Landaise café bistro in Paris.
She also has paintings at the Quebec Delegation in Paris. She has been
awarded numerous accolades for her work and a 1st prize at the Societe
des Arts of the S.C.G.M in Montreal in 1998 in a contest and exhibition
Her work reflects her many moods through seasonal landscapes, portraits,
and especially the atmosphere of the Quebec City French quarter and
its surrounding areas in an expressionistic manner such as the great
paintings of Monet who was her favorite and an inspiration to her.
A modest yet charming real human personality whose artistry one is bound
to like. Her work is an expression of her many moods.