Marcelle lives in Whistler, BC. since 1969.
She began her art training in Montreal, supplemented with a year in Paris. Over the years Marcelle taken courses from West Coast artists.
Since her return to paintings and ceramics, her artwork evolves consciously and unconsciously. Each idea, color, shape, line, form and pattern happens in its own time.
Marcelle's paintings consist of abstract landscapes. The landscapes of the Sea to Sky Corridor influence the direction of the geometric patterns, lines and shapes that she uses, working with many layers of acrylic paint and mixed mediums, all adding to a textured surface.
Marcelle's clay sculptures and murals are a sculptural expression of human forms, animals, mythical creatures and landscapes. The clay medium allows to play with the forms until she feels they are right. Each piece grows with the application of coils, slabs, slips, underglazes and glazes.
Each body of work embodies my interest in unique forms, creative subjects and colors, so that each piece of art is unique.