Claude Tremblay was born in Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada. She was a quiet and introspective child, and by her third birthday, was drawing everything she saw and instinctively seemed to know that reproducing the shape of an object brought her closer to its essence. Her first foray as an artist began when she rented a wall in a Quebec City shopping mall, and produced drawings for children’s rooms. Her career as professional artist truly began when she was invited to the Painting Symposium in La Mauricie, where artists were required to paint for several hours in front of public.
Tremblay’s paintings are instantly recognizable, and she is continually perfecting her technique and style. With a brilliant use of colour, her instincts lead her towards places of quiet contemplation - forests, waterfalls, and meadows.
The demand for her art is growing exponentially in Canada and the United States. Her work can be found in private and public collections throughout North America.