Born in Ottawa (Ontario), Liliane Keeler is a visual art artist who lives and works on the south shore of Montreal. Initially trained in fashion design, she later earned a B.A. in plastic arts and art history from the Université du Québec in Montréal. She also took several courses in mosaic art in Montreal and in France. Her work has been seen shown in solo and group exhibitions in Canada and internationally, in Buenos Aires and Paray-la-Monial, France. Recipient of a creation grant from the Town of Boucherville, she is a professional member of the Regroupement des artistes en arts visuels du Québec and of the International Association of Contemporary Mosaicists. Her works are part of public and private collections in Canada and in France.


As a visual art artist, I adopt a multidisciplinary approach where I combine artistic expression to the technical knowledge of the material, whether it be in painting, sculpture, contemporary mosaic or installation. Besides acrylic and ink, I use a diversity of noble materials such as marble, glass, ceramic, wood, slate as well as recycled materials.

My artistic practice has two parts: the human condition and the protection of the oceans. My work on the human condition is based on my volunteering experiences with vulnerable people and the elderly. This experience nourished my reflexions on the notions of the human condition and memory as well as feelings of loneliness and fragility relating to it. I am also interested in climate change, the protection of the oceans and marine ecosystems threatened by human activity especially oil spills causing the death of marine animals.

Art is a force that tends towards a goal that must serve to develop and refine the human soul.

Wassily Kandinsky