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Pascale Ouellet is a Quebec-born, Alberta-reborn mixed media artist. She attended Université du Québec à Montréal’s Visual Arts Program and completed a diploma in Fine Arts at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf. Since relocating to Alberta, Ouellet's artistic pursuits have been largely self-directed. With 13 years of full-time studio practice, she has held 14 solo exhibitions in Alberta, participated in more than 20 juried group shows across Canada, and been awarded two Public Art Commissions by the Town of Canmore. Pascale has participated in three artistic residencies at The Banff Centre as well as a residency on Fogo Island, NFL. She teaches painting and problem assessment in the painting practice at Canmore's Arts Place and offers creativity workshops at The Banff Centre for the Arts. She is represented by commercial galleries in Canmore, Edmonton and Regina where she is showing large-scale paintings of livestock.