Borough of Ahuntsic-Cartierville
Art Pictures


A list of our Ahuntsic-Cartierville art pictures for you to discover and appreciate as well as information regarding our bike paths and our bicycle sharing system called BIXI Montréal.

You may also be interested by our Inventaire de la collection municipale d'art public where you will find a few information such as the location of each public art in each borough including those located in Ahuntsic-Cartierville. 


Metro Art in Montreal
Crémazie Public Art Picture - Orange Line

Crémazie Metro Station
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough
Le poète dans l’univers (1968)

About the artist. Georges Lauda is a multidisciplinary artist born in 1925 in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. He moved to Montréal in 1951 and, in 1968, he created "Le poète dans l'univers" in collaboration with ceramist Paul Pannier (1926-1993) and sculptor Gérard Cordeau (1937-2003).


Metro Art in Montreal
Henri-Bourassa Public Art Pictures - Orange Line

Henri-Bourassa Metro Station
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough
Les enfants dans la ville (1980)

About the artist. In April and May 1980, a collective of young artists took part in a series of creative workshops that took place at the Centre communautaire Masson on Masson and at the Aréna Raymond-Préfontaine on de Rouen in Montreal. The mural is composed of 330 cement blocks molded with modeling clay by the children who used a technique called bas-relief.

Henri-Bourassa Metro Station
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough
Réveil de la conscience par la solitude (1982)

About the artist. Born in Montreal, Jacques Huet (1932-2009), a self-taught artist, began his career sculpting wood from which he drew his inspiration. He was later inspired by other materials such as concrete, a composite material, and was able to use its strength, its hardness and its malleability to create this particular concrete sculpture.

Henri-Bourassa Metro Station
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough
Le potager and Les vents (1980)

About the artist. Born in Montréal in 1946, André Léonard is the architect of three metro stations, Henri-Bourassa, Université de Montréal and Villa-Maria. He is also the artist who created the two highly textured terracotta murals of the Henri-Bourassa metro station using a warm color pallet that suggests serenity. 

Henri-Bourassa Metro Station
Ahuntsic-Cartierville Borough 
.98 (2007)

About the artist. Alex Morgenthaler was born 1965 in Bern, the capital of Switzerland. He studied electronics and theatre and describes himself as a sculptor of lights. During his career he combined both disciplines and created more than 100 lighting and stage designs.


Ahuntsic-Cartierville Art Pictures
Public Art Pictures in Montreal


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