List of works
Croque nature
Les belles d'Elisabeth
Les trois chevaux
Mon manège à moi, c'est toi
Les belles d'été
Les jumeaux
Les pavots
Chez Mme Thibault
San Juan Capistrano
Point de mire
Sur le banc avec Lise
Même si la pluie tombe

Les belles d'Elisabeth, 1999

Les trois chevaux, 1999
Les jumeaux, 1998

L'automne, 1998
Parade, 1994

Les pavots, 1998

San Juan Capistrano, 1994

Education: 1983 Bachelor in Graphics Design, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Québec.
1979 D.E.C. in Fine Arts, Cégep Saint-Laurent, Montréal, Québec.

Official recognition and prizes:
1994 Member of the Canadian Watercolor Society.
1993 Third prize at the Salon des Peintres de la Fleur, Jardin botanique de Montréal.
1977 Recipient of a scholarship in arts granted by the Ottawa Board of Education.

Group Exhibiitions: 1996 Jardin des rocailles, Val-David, Québec.
1995 Complexe St-Laurent, La Prairie, Québec.
1989to 1995 6e, au 12e Salon de l’ Aquarelle, Société Canadienne de l’Aquarelle,( Montréal, Alma, Ste-Flavie, Québec, Nicolet, Sherbrooke, Baie-Comeau).

Collections: Collection Loto-Québec; private collections.

Career: Watercolorist since 1989, Chantal St-Pierre is passionate about merry-go-round horses and flowers who take center stage in her artistry with an intimate and frank approach. Her style exudes a unique energy, leaving the viewer an uplifting and refreshing impression.

Artistic approach: The joy of painting!
Painting is for me a way of expressing and sharing emotions, identity and intimacy. After a few years pleasing others as a graphic designer, painting brings me great personal satisfaction. It lifts my soul. The subject is but a pretext to imagine new shapes that will become part of the pictural organisation. Color is a wonderful world where I willingly lose myself. Using a figurative approach, I strive to explore new ways to represent the subject that inspires me. So many things that I enjoy exploring with the caress of my brushes! I love being face to face with the ominous sheet of blank surface, dreaded by too many artists. To me, the pleasure of seeing an image slowly take shape before my very eyes is what creativity is all about.