Salon article on Marie Hélène Allain

Our sculpting sister: a chisel in one hand, a cross in the other

Sculptor's tools

As a sister with the order of Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Crœur, Marie Helene Allain wields hammer and chisel to shape hard stone into contemplative contemporary art while always keeping her gold-band fidelity to her order.

Published Saturday October 1st, 2011 in the Telegraph-Journal’s Salon

Teacher, nun and internationally exhibited contemporary sculptor, Sainte-Marie-de-Kent’s Marie Hélène Allain has carved a career for herself like few others and is now being lauded by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery as one of our most polished artists.
by Marty Klinkenberg [full article]