'' Art is an incommensurably poetic space! ''
It was at the age of 4 that Marie attended Dalcroze classes on the method Emile Jacque-Dalcroze in the pre-kindergarten musical; preparatory music school of UQAM. It was then that everything began for her, in the marvelous world of the arts. She did 3 years of Kodàly method; an international method of relative solmisation. She followed a year of violin with Gyslain Bard and 2 years of piano with France David. His last piano concert was on May 3, 1987 in Lachine. Afterwards, Marie followed 3 years of art classes with Françoise Miguel at Cégep Lionel-Groulx. It was love at first sight!
An immense passion inhabited her since the very first drawn sketch and this passion was not going to diminish, on the contrary, she would not stop growing.
Marie followed numerous and varied courses in art attraction, including a DEP in Computer Graphics Processes 2000, a certificate in visual arts at UQAM and etc. She worked as a graphic designer, a self-employed graphic designer, ecodesign seamstress at Tricycle in 2013. She then worked as a customer service agent for Videotron until autumn 2015. Passionate about entrepreneurship, she decided to build her own company. in 2013: '' Boutique Leelooart ''.
She has also participated in numerous art projects such as the "Symposium on the Art of Helping", the " Show de Bola" and "Women in Art". She was part of artistic associations and also of organization such as the AIIQ (Association of Illustrators and Illustrators of Quebec). She has exhibited internationally since 2014. She has exhibited in São Paulo, Piracicaba, Rio de Janeiro, Miami, Berlin, Milan and since 2016, she exhibited in New York. She is an official member of the Ward-Nasse Gallery in New Jersey.
Today, Marie Lauzon is a multidisciplinary visual arts artist well known in her community. She is filled with an amazing and sparkling passion for the arts, Marie has this ultimate need to express the passion that drives her!
"My signature is based on a feeling of celebration through the representation of love! '' - Leelooart