I learned the art of wood carving from my father Paul Émile Caron. 

I practiced this profession for 25 years before I redirect my life as senior adviser for a company specializing in managing and marketing cultural products. After 16 years of practice, I returned to my passion for nature and the sculptural creations that she can inspire us.
My sculptures are made from environment elements like field stones, pebbles, driftwood and roots polished by the St. Lawrence River waves. Colorful wood essence known for their commercial qualities, but of great value for creative opportunities they inspire, are also part of my creation. 
All this gives my sculptures and objects their uniqueness. 

I invite you to share this recognition of our environment and discover the disparate forms that sometimes inspire me.
Jocelyn Caron