Andreanne Le Hudon left the dust of the Turcot interchange to reach the mountains of Charlevoix where – feet in the ground, spade and brushes in hand – she paints, draws and creates the landscape. Her work traveled with her, to Quebec, Canada and France.

She observed caterpillars in Rouyn-Noranda during a residency at L’Écart – a space of modern art, prepared a herbarium taken from the flowerbeds of Montreal during her master’s degree at UQAM, and, more recently, travels through the woods of her region thanks to the support of the Élizabeth Greenshields Foundation.

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