Born in 1971, Réjean Roy is an Acadian from northern New Brunswick.
While studying biology in Québec, Réjean also took courses in fine arts, encouraged by his teachers and his love for drawing.
His passion for the flora and fauna of his studies made them subjects for illustrations
which have been used for scientific texts and environmental and natural resources publications.
His artistic studies grew to include work in watercolour, charcoal, etching and sculpture in ceramic and concrete.
He credits sculptor Roger Langevin at the Université du Québec à Rimouski and printmaker
Jacques Arseneault of the Université de Moncton as his most influential teachers.
Since 1996, Réjean has exhibited his work in Rimouski, Gaspé, Bouctouche, Moncton, Fredericton and Toronto.
He continues to enjoy illustrating, having partnered with Bouton d'or Acadie Press on seven children's books since 2005.
Réjean's paintings are part of corporate and private collections across Canada, the USA and overseas.
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