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LJLevasseur creator of New Art Form PaletteArt™


Artist Statement

“I am moved by the actions, history and events that shape mankind or anything that elevates the spirit. It can be the simplest of things or the most horrifying. Often it’s experiencing the adventure or beauty nature has to offer and it is definitely in the connection that I have with animals. It translates into all this energy, which I can express in a positive way through my artwork; I only hope it inspires the same passion, love and hope in others.” - LJLevasseur


Art Bio

Canadian born business woman, Lisa J Levasseur, began painting 2010 and quickly emerged an artist. Featured in magazines, books & exhibitions as an International Contemporary Modern Art Master.

She has become known as creator of a new art form called PaletteArt™.  A special process using recycled paint to form 3D sculptured one of a kind paintings that cannot be duplicated.  Also noted for her range of artwork & natural talent in different mediums. Now teaching this method, her goal is to get other artists to recycle all their used paint and create new opportunities in the art world.


Proudly part of World Wide Art Environmental Pavilion in LA, the International Landfill Arts Project and receiving International Noto Award - Unesco Heritage. Winning numerous International Contemporary Modern Art awards with exhibitions all over the world.  Her main focus now is to help other artists offering scholarship awards and career  support at


She formed an organization to raise awarness for paint recycling, provide funding opportunities to artists so they can learn and give them economic opportunities so they can paint the world with recycled paint.  We're trying to provide good ethical leadership and work with artists who want to make a difference in the world.  Being a top contemporary artist gives Lisa greater opportunity help others.  You can help at


Lisa runs Terracana Ranch Resort, living somewhat divorced from society in Canada’s remote rocky mountain wilderness. It is the perfect creative setting, where she invites these artists to learn PaletteArt offering sponsorship, lessons, residencies & art retreats. Her focus is on promoting green agro-tourism and inspiring artists to recycle paint at


Lisa also hosts Rocky Mountain Art Tours, a self guided tour through the National Parks, which attract millions of tourists every year. This gives her the opportunity to socialize with guests from all over the world and many walks of life. She's intrigued by how people's perception is altered by different experiences in life and loves sharing her natural surroundings.


With spectacular views from the art studio, Lisa is inspired by how light changes one's perspective of things. She is motivated to paint things from these different perspectives and bring to light their true nature. Her work can be seen in public and private collections around the world including Jasper National Park Museum & Unesco Heritage Sites.


Nothing is everything it may seem...  what you don't know is the reason behind it all.  The determination to survive a life of chronic pain & disease and stay well.  How impactful the story and the need to have a voice in this world through art.  The compassion she feels for other artists struggling and why making a difference so important to her.

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