Watercolourist Jacques Hébert lives in Quebec. Trained in the school of American masters such as Frank Webb, Tony Couch, Don Stone, Betty Lou Schlemm, he teaches himself in Maine, Vermont as well as in Quebec.
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The luminosity and transparency of his works, the lines drawn in a single line, as well as the choice of themes such as the river, the landscapes and the Quebec dwellings of eastern Quebec make his work unique and well recognizable. With the late Jean-Paul Ladouceur, he founded the Canadian Watercolor Society. He is the Honorary President of Canadian symposiums and the founding President of the Symposium Le Kamouraska en Couleurs. He also exhibited in France.
The quality and spontaneity of his demonstrations make him a teacher sought after by several associations of painters.