With degrees in arts from Université Laval and Concordia University, Jocelyne Alloucherie provokes a perceptible experience of the ephemeral and the immutable through drawing, photography, sculpture, and painting.
Her work is included in major public collections in Canada and abroad. Some of her artworks are also found in the public space, notably at York University in Toronto and Collège Gérald-Godin in Montréal.
Fountain sculpture made of three irregular-shaped blocks of granite. The water flows onto the central block from the two taller lateral blocks. A tree, located between the fountain and the building, completes the artwork.