Born in 1951, Magog, Qc., Lucille Marcotte has been showing her talent at Gallery Saint-Dizier since 2004. She practiced psychology for several years before dedicating her life to painting. She undertook Visual Arts at Laval University in 2002 and shortly after, she gave up her practice to finally devote her self to painting full time. Lucille Marcotte is influenced by Japanese calligraphy. With this in mind, she works towards emphasizing on the purity of the line, she suspends her figures in the whiteness. In the limbo or absence the viewer is invited to find the face behind the canvas. Lucille Marcotte works is well represented in Canada, in 2008 she also had a major solo show in London, UK.