Technique: Ceramic

Nicole Lemieux, sculptor

Nicole Lemieux began her studies at the Julien ceramic workshop. She obtained a Bachelor's degree in visual arts at Laval University in 1987 and a second in art history in 1991 from the same university. She now teaches ceramics part-time in certain Quebec centers dedicated to this medium. Clay, earthenware, ceramic and stoneware are some of the mediums that the artist uses and which she does not hesitate to mix with other elements to present pieces with multiple and unique designs. This artist has exhibited on numerous occasions and has obtained several prizes and distinctions.

Individual exhibitions

  • 1998 - Encapsulate, Sculptures, Rouje Gallery, Quebec, QC
  • 1994 - Cocoon-habitation-protection, Galerie du Tracel, Cap-Rouge, QC
  • 1991 - Echo of tenderness, Galerie du Tracel, Cap-Rouge, QC

Honors and awards

  • 2001 - 2nd prize in sculpture, Works of Art Competition, Quebec, 4th district
  • 2000 - Finalist, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, exhibition in Toronto
  • 1995 - Feminine art, finalist, Canadian competition sponsored by Jacob stores, in Canada
  • 1994 - 6th National Ceramic Biennial, finalist