From Hairdressing to Log Sculpting

From Hairdressing to Log Sculpting

From July 20 to 28, Paule Veilleux will exchange her hair salon scissors for a chainsaw, but the heads of the clients will also be replaced by a huge pine log.

An invitation from the people responsible of the Marie-Victorin Park in Kingsey Falls near Victoriaville, Paule will perform a live sculpture measuring 12 feet high.

Originally from Beauce, she knows how to use a chainsaw and with many years of experience as a hairdresser, let’s just say that her two passions combine perfectly.

The sculpture she will be making will be the start of her new collection with a floral twist called “Flore”.

The sculpture will represent a flower-women, an idea imposed when she read La flore laurentienne.

The author, Father Marie Victorin, gave his name to the park where the event will take place. To learn more about Paule Veilleux’s work, visit www.sculpture-d-arbre-pauleveilleux.com.

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