Hélène Caron

Hélène Caron

Artistic approach

Caron’s foremost ambition is to surpass herself with the creation of each new piece. Her paintings, often described as ‘‘pop art’’, display the use of a vibrant, contemporary colour palette.
Animals are Caron’s favourite subject and, for her, everything is about the expression. To this end, she paints deep, expressive eyes that draw viewers into her work.


Hélène Caron works with a number of different techniques. While she typically employs a mix of acrylic paints with gels, plasters, or glazing she has also been known to use oils.


Born in Laval in 1963.


Solo (a selection): 2011 Ottawa Art Expo; Equestra - L'art et le cheval - Parc équestre de Blainville; SIDIM - Salon International du design intérieur de Montréal.
Group (a selection): 2010 Symposium de Rosemère; 2009 Expo-concours La Prairie; 2008 Festival de peinture de Mascouche.


Her painted works can be found in various corporate collections as well as the permanent collection of the city of Blainville.


Hélène Caron is a member of International Equine Artists (IEA) in the United States.