Art is my passion.
Having studied visual arts at CEGEP du Vieux Montréal and UQAM and Université Laval in Public Relations, Marie-Andrée Wallot is a visual artist whose work has been exhibited numerous times. She also produced several visual installations on stage. Working with painters, artists and dancers for many years, she went on to produce various multimedia shows as well as the art video L’Appât, on which she worked as protagonist, cowriter and stage director. L’Appât, directed by Neam Catod, was awarded Best Video at the 12e Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québécois, in 1994, as well as an Silver Bears in Linz, Austria, in 1993.
During her career, Marie-Andrée has been in charge of developing and running a wide variety of national and North American public relations campaigns, press events, press relations and showrooms for many businesses and public organizations.
Marie-Andrée Wallot had launched the Wallo brand at Cabinet Éphémère of Maison Ogilvy in 2016. Founded in 2015, Wallo is a company that designs and manufactures high-end women’s clothing. Wallo is proudly Canadian and crafted in Montreal.
A part of her vision
Art is my passion.
Contemporary visual arts have always been my main means of expression. The image of the human body in movement inspires me. Emotion is communicated through actions and facial expressions, whether in sculpture, painting or digital art.
I sculpt the body with the clothes and I aim to free the movement of colors and shapes to transform the woman’s body in a dynamic, fluid and chic way. My sources of inspiration, namely contemporary arts and the modern woman, infuse a unique style to my creations.
I dream of a free, strong and expressive woman that asserts her femininity, intelligence and determination. And with my team, I am working on making all that possible in an elegant way.