Claudette is one of the founding members of Gallery 121, 48 Bridge Street East in Belleville, where she continues to exhibit. She is also a member of the Belleville Art Association where her artwork can be seen in most monthly exhibits held at the BAA gallery at 392 Front Street in Belleville. Now retired as a graphic designer from Loyalist College, she enjoys family and friends, painting, teaching, travelling and spending time at her cabin in the woods. Her work is represented in a number of private and permanent collections including Crayola Crayons (Binney & Smith), Scarborough Board of Education, Corby Library Gallery, Georgetown Helson Gallery (2013), John and Gisella Sommer Collection and the University of Guelph, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre (2002).
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