Delvica Allard was born in Varennes (Quebec) in 1902. In 1928, he began his studies at the École des beaux-arts de Montréal under the tutelage of Alfred Laliberté. Allard sculpted busts and medallions portraying Quebec’s clergymen and politicians such as Montreal Mayor Camilien Houde, Quebec Prime Ministers Maurice Duplessis and Jean Lesage, Canadian Prime Minister Louis Saint-Laurent, Cardinal Paul-Émile Léger and Lomer Gouin, Lieutenant-Governor and Prime Minister of Quebec. He created a total of more than 250 works of art.
Allard also pursued his career as an educator and administrator in the academic community. As a professional patternmaker, he taught woodworking, metal processing and clay modeling. Unbeknownst to many, he was also crowned Canadian carom billiards champion.