Our sculptor-modeller, Jules Lasalle, has built a solid reputation for himself.
Mr. Lasalle, who has a creative arts degree from UQAM, trained at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et Métiers d'Arts and at the Studios Hervé Cappelli in France. He taught sculpture at UQAM and, since 1984, he has operated Attitudes enr., a sculpture studio.
Some of his achievements include a 9-ft. statue of Maurice Richard (1997), as well as Maurice Richard's commemorative grave marker in the Notre-Dame-des-Neiges cemetery (2001). In 1999, he completed a 3-foot bust of Antonio Barrette for the city of Joliette. In 2005, he completed a life-size statue of Émilie Gamelin and an 8-foot statue of Robert Bourassa, which was dedicated on Parliament Hill in Quebec City in autumn 2006.
Our very talented sculptors know how to please families.