Born in 1931 in Cherbourg, France. She obtained her French B. A. in philosophy in 1948 and enrolled at the beaux-arts in Nantes. In 1967 she studied landscape with Charles Harold Boyes and sculpture with Camille Racicot. In 1972, she graduated from the Montreal Fine Arts Museum. She studied ceramics and enrolled in the Ceramic Club of Pointe-Claire. Throughout her career she had numerous exhibitions in Quebec and Ontario. She was honored at the first selection of Saidye Bronfman permanent collection. Her work can be found in many public and private collections.