top of page
© Copyright



Danièle Désourdy was born in Farnham, Quebec, Canada in 1969. Since childhood, she has had a deep attachment to nature and to the animals she learned to draw by observing them. Art has always been present in her life; her mother was a recognized artist in Quebec and internationally.

She graduated high school at FACE (Fine Arts Core Education) in Montreal, a school with an artistic vocation. Afterward, she obtained a college diploma in visual arts at the Cégep du Vieux Montréal and worked on many artistic projects.

Her artistic journey as well as her passion for fauna and flora, directs her towards animal art. Birds or mammals, she exerts a precision and realism that leads us to believe that her subjects are alive. Her objective is to make us aware of this beauty that surrounds us.


Her career is punctuated by prizes and awards, including a prestigious exhibition at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris as well as a gold medal at the International Prize for Art Professionals in the Animal Art category awarded by Mondial Art Academia.

It is in her workshop in Saint-Basile-le-Grand that she creates her works as a self-taught painter.


Through her art, she shares with us the splendour and wisdom of animals.

bottom of page