A contemporary artist known for her maritime scenes and unique, European Romanticism inspired style, France Jodoin began her career studying various techniques in art schools throughout Quebec and Ontario. Inspired by old masters such as Mallord William Turner, Rembrandt, and Gustave Mureau, Jodoin uses her own semi-abstract style to create the bold landscapes she is known for. Her work is intuitive, instinctive, and transcendent. Jodoin is intrigued with time and the brevity of life, both of which are themes found throughout her body of work.
Jodoin has gained wide recognition in Canada, the United States, and Europe, where she is exhibited and has been featured as artist-in-residence. Her work is in public collections including the Sherbrooke Museum of Fine Arts, Loto-Quebec and Cirque du Soleil. She lives and works in a small town nestled in the forests of southern Quebec.