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About Amélie

Amélie is a Canadian art therapist, visual artist and graphic designer. Originally from Montreal, Québec, she now resides in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Between working and getting outdoors, Amélie finds way of expressing herself creatively every day; through painting, drawing, macramé, gardening, cooking, textiles, and so on. Her art is a reflection of her journey as a woman, her connection to nature and spirituality.  


Over the years, Amélie has displayed her art in a few venues, created commission pieces for lovely humans and festivals, and has designed three books. 



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To purchase an original, discuss a commission piece, collaborate on a project, please send me an e-mail:


Not Extinct: Keeping the Sinixt Way

Written by Marilyn James and Taress Alexis, both editions of Not Extinct: Keeping the Sinixt Way weave together a collection of the Sinixt Nation's ancestral stories, traditional knowledge, and original artworks and discussions created by both Indigenous and settlers artists and writers. These dynamic publications encourages their readers to engage with each stories in various depth and educate themselves about the true Sinixt history. 

It was my honour to help bring these books together through my  graphic design skills. 


Mother Reindeer's Journey to the Sun:
A Tribute to Mountain Caribou

Written by Kathy Sager and illustrated by Kristen Scholfield-Sweet, Mother Reindeer's Journey to the Sun is a children's book following Mother Reindeer on the Winter Solstice and her journey to bring light and warmth back to everyone in the North. This book also raises awareness about the mountain caribou.

Helping bring to life Kathy and Kristen's vision was a pleasure. 

Living Here's Newsletter

First printed edition of Living Here's Newsletter, Fall 2021. Living Here is a non-profit independent magazine of the West Kootenay EcoSociety dedicated to share the progress of rural communities in regards to "healthy living, clean energy, land stewardship, and strong rural economies".​

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Amélie acknowledges that she lives, learns and creates on the ancestral, unceded and occupied, traditional lands of the Snuneymuxw, Quw'utsun, Tla'amin and Coast Salish nations.

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