Co-founder and director Académie des beaux-arts de Québec.
Master portraitist: realisation of many official portraits as Mrs Louise Harel, National Assembly of Quebec (permanent collection Parliament of Québec).
Technical consultant in oil painting and conservation, lecturer.
Great Master Académicien (Académie internationale des beaux-arts du Québec - AIBAQ).
Master pastellist (Pastel Society of Eastern Canada - PSEC).
Membre of honour (Institute of figuratives arts of Québec – IAF)
Assistant-director Académie des beaux-arts de Québec.
Originally from Montreal, Rosalie Gamache is presently finishing a Bachelor degree of visual and media art at Laval University, where she specializes in painting and drawing. After completing a college diploma in Visual Arts in 2012 at the Cégep du Vieux-Montréal, she was admitted to the Russian Academy of Art in Florence, an academy of Classical Arts in the Russian tradition. She studied there for one year and she received a rigorous education in drawing, oil painting, portrait, anatomy, and perspective.
In 2014, she is invited to present her first professional solo exhibition Sfumato at the Maison de la Culture Mercier to celebrate the 25th anniversary of cultural dissemination for the Montreal establishment.
In 2015, she attends a private course at the Académie des Beaux-arts de Québec with the artist Denis Jacques through a Mentorship Award from the cultural organization Première Ovation. The same year, she does an intensive internship at the Académie des beaux-arts de Laval to teach drawing to children. Currently, she teaches drawing to adults and children at the Académie des Beaux-arts de Québec.
In January 2016, she is selected for the exhibition Banc d'Essai at the Galerie des arts visuels of Laval University. During the spring of 2016, she is admitted into the Portrait Artist Association of Quebec City and she starts to work as a portrait artist in the old town. During the same year, she receives the Jacques-Simon-Perrault grant, a financial support that outlined the quality of Rosalie's work.
In 2017, she studies abroad at the École supérieure d'art et de design Marseille-Méditerranée in the context of her Bachelor degree at Laval University.
Sylvie has been a student at the Academy for several years.
She perfected her mastery of different techniques, drawing, pastel and oil painting.
She has a great experience of teaching the arts to young people and is committed to communicating a taste for beauty and a job well done in the rules of art.
Member of the Pastel Society of Eastern Canada (PSEC)
Geneviève graduated from the Academy in 2017 with honors.
Her fragile health limits her commitment to the Academy despite her, but her punctual help is very precious.
She occasionally teaches children and helps us manage the Academy's website.
Signing Member of the Pastel Society of Eastern Canada (PSEC)