Suzanne Pouliot holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Bishop University, and holds, among other things, a PhD in Education from Laval University. Assistant Professor until 2009 and then, henceforth, Associate Professor at the University of Sherbrooke, she was dedicated to postal art and watercolor until recently (1989-2006). For the last five years, she has investigated plastic art composed of collages and paintings done in acrylic. She has conducted numerous exhibitions and participated in many others.
Filature shows fifteen paintings in acrylic, in various formats. The works contain nets of various origins (fruit, vegetable) that attempt to capture the light. Pouliot seeks to capture the moment like a bloodhound who keeps a close watch and follows. She is on the lookout for this ever-changing light according to the time of day or season.
The recovery and integration of various nets of different origins allow the artist, implicitly, to honor the silent work of men and women of all backgrounds who, on a daily basis, transform textiles into weaving threads, and then produce nets that hold fruit, vegetable and fish.