La sauvage instinctively always went towards material to be transformed. After completing a plastic arts certificate and a bachelor’s degree in visual arts at the University of Quebec in Montreal, la sauvage received the call of the land and went to the horticulture school at the Montreal Botanical Garden.

But it was when she returned home, in her native Laurentians, that she rediscovered this old pigsty of Saint-Augustin de Mirabel transformed into a pottery workshop by Lyse Fleury; a mentor as big as the nature of her region, the one who taught her to feel the earth differently. Since then, it sows life in summer and turns its clay in winter.