Born in Amqui in 1954, Ginette Beaulieu is a self-taught artist and has always been passionate about drawing. She became interested in the ancient techniques of the masters of the Renaissance. For her, it is a way of knowing the material with which she interacts. She paints mainly in oil by conducting a constant research on the background techniques, the glazing and the various supports.
Ginette Beaulieu has been painting for more than 40 years. She exhibits her work in Canada, the United States, France and has participated in some exhibitions in Belgium. She has been Honorary President at several symposium and has won numerous awards.
She taught painting from 1981 to 1996. In 1995, the Quebec Carnival produced her poster from one of her works and oriented the "family shift” inspired by the characters in her painting. In December 2006, 2007 and 2008, in particular, she was selected by the International Society of Fine Arts in Paris for an international exhibition at the Carrousel of the Louvre Museum. She became an associate member in 2007. She was honored by her hometown during a gala artist in 2001. Two books on her works have been published by Éditions Anne Sigier.
" I paint, so that the ideas and the things live and for the legitimate pleasure of the spirit ”.