Lucie Bilodeau was born in Montreal, Canada, in may 1967. She now lives with her husband in the United States, in Massachusetts, where she paints full-time.
She expressed her first serious interest in art when she was seven years old. When she was 14, her parents paid for her education at Mission: Renaissance School in Montreal, Canada. She conducted courses that taught her traditional artistic skills, including an in-depth study of the masters: Rembrandt, Monet, Manet, Cezanne, Fantine Latour, and others.
"Since many of us have very stressful and often stressful lives, it is important for me to bring the calming and rejuvenating effect of nature to people's lives through my works."
Many of the works of Ms. Biloba can be found in corporations and private collections worldwide, including England, France, Russia, Germany, Japan, Australia, USA and Canada.
"I really hope that in some way my work contributes to the world I imagine. I stand for a world without wars. A world where honest people can thrive and thrive. Where we care for, love, and respect each other, as well as other life forms on this planet."