At a young age Anne-Marie pried open her mother's jewellery box. "From as far as I can remember, I always loved making all sorts of objects. As a child, I recycled my mom's jewels, making new ones by welding them with my dad's tools." Today the materials have changed by the passion has remained the same.
A graduate of Fine Arts of the Université du Quebec à Montreal, Anne-Marie Chagnon creates her original sculptures inside a constant research of asymmetric equilibrium, vitality and movement. The jewellery is made of fine pewter, leather, rubber and glass and is sold across Canada, Europe and the United States. She created pieces for Le Cirque du Soleil, for a decade, as well as many important museums around the world.