Claude Millette

Claude Millette was born in 1957 in Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec. He still lives and works in this area. Student of Robert Poulin and Jordi Bonet in the seventies, Millette committed very young in an artistic approach through sculpture, public art and installations. His favorite medium is metal:  Steel, corten, stainless steel and bronze.

Since 1982, besides group shows, the artist participated at more than thirty solo exhibitions: La résistance des matériaux, at the musée de Lachine in 2006; Fragments, at the galerie d’art d’Outremont in 2002; Les berceaux de l’âme, in 1997 at the muse de Lachine; Etymologie Motion, at the musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent in 1991; Trajectoire et Tension at the Museum Gallery, musée national des beaux-arts du Québec in 1982, to mention a few.

Claude Millette is one of Québec’s important sculptors concerning public art. During the last thirty years he produced more than thirty of them. His work is represented in most of the important museum collections of Quebec, as well as in private and corporate collections.