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Art Fountains Circuits of Amos-Harricana

Art Fountain of Saint-Mathieu-d’Harricana

The central stone represent the Saint-Mathieu-Berry esker, as well as the point where the waters separate, at the watershed, some flowing towards the north while others flow towards the south.

The various plateaus represent the springs that source the waterways, lakes and rivers right to Baie-James in the north, and to the Rivière St-Laurent in the south. Artists: citizen’s committee.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Refuge Pageau

The Pageau Refuge exists thanks to close ties we often find between people and animals. Our fountain develops this relationship even further by integrating the art of our animals in human artistic intentions! Artists: Nathalie Pageau, Marie-Frédérique Frigon, Félix Offroy, Diane Tessier, Mathieu Longpré.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Landrienne

Like Landrienne, our fountain is sourced from the railway, the track motor car and the ressources necessary for the development of a village. With pickaxes and hard labour, this generation built and passed down a heritage with lots of potential. Artists: Éric Lapointe and Landcity’s team.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of La Corne

The moose, the emblematic animal of the region, is a majestic and mysterious as the territory itself. Emerging from the water, it represents hunting, a popular and widely undertaken activity. Artist: Paul Salois.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Preissac

This fountain illustrates the very essence of Preissac. The metal structure is a reminder of the mining industry while tho flowing water evokes the beautiful lakes and rapids of the municipality. Artist: Denis Michaud.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Trécesson

The Trécesson municipality, working with the Domaine St-Viateur, decided to renovate the fountain, which was built in the 1960s by the clerics of St-Viateur. Artist: Clément Sylvain.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Launay

With is classical style and the choice of materials, it creates a feeling of bellbeing and comfort. The stone evokes opulence, the wood provides heat and the stained glass shines in the sunlight. Artists: Yves Fortin, Louise Héli, Pierre Normand.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Sainte-Gertrude-Manneville

There is a simple answer: the tree represents the hard labor of our ancestors, life, continuity and the prosperity of communauty. Artist: Jim Couture.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Fountain of La Morandière

Arranged in the center of a slate-tiled terrace, this tribute to water and our pioneers is unveiled. This fountain is entirely made from aluminium, decorated with sculptures in bas-relief on latex block filler. Artist: Jim Couture.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountain of Barraute

In all its simplicity and majesty, this fountain pays tribute to water, a life source. A flower with the wide-open corolla isshaped from six petals with polished and mirrored edges. These form the large bowl. Artist: Jim Couture.

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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Art Fountains Circuits of Amos-Harricana

This fountain tour features artistic fountains located in ten (10) municipalities of MRC d’Abitibi. Each fountain is part of a recreational area where visitors are invited to stop and relax, admire the work of passionate craftspeople, and make a wish!

This is a fine opportunity to discover or rediscover the area and landscapes of Amos-Harricana, where tours and attractions are fun and accessible for the whole family!

For more details download the Balado application (french).

Fontaine artistique de St-Marc

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

 


Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Art Fountain of Refuge Pageau

The Pageau Refuge exists thanks to close ties we often find between people and animals. Our fountain develops this relationship even further by integrating the art of our animals in human artistic intentions!

Artists: Nathalie Pageau, Marie-Frédérique Frigon, Félix Offroy, Diane Tessier, Mathieu Longpré.

256, chemin Croteau, Amos

 


Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Barraute’s Art Fountain

In all its simplicity and majesty, this fountain pays tribute to water, a life source. A flower with the wide-open corolla isshaped from six petals with polished and mirrored edges. These form the large bowl.

Artist: Jim Couture.

411-481, 8e Avenue, Barraute

 


Fontaine artistique de St-Marc

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Art Fountain of La Corne

The moose, the emblematic animal of the region, is a majestic and mysterious as the territory itself. Emerging from the water, it represents hunting, a popular and widely undertaken activity.

Artist: Paul Salois.

350, route 111, La Corne

 


Fontaine artistique de La Morandière

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Art Fountain of La Morandière

Arranged in the center of a slate-tiled terrace, this tribute to water and our pioneers is unveiled. This fountain is entirely made from aluminium, decorated with sculptures in bas-relief on latex block filler.

Artist: Jim Couture.

204, route 397, La Morandière

 


Fontaine artistique de Landrienne

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Landrienne’s Art Fountain

Like Landrienne, our fountain is sourced from the railway, the track motor car and the ressources necessary for the development of a village. With pickaxes and hard labour, this generation built and passed down a heritage with lots of potential.

Artists: Éric Lapointe and Landcity’s team.

132-166, chemin du Moulin, Landrienne

 


Fontaine artistique de Launay

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Launay’s Art Fountain

With is classical style and the choice of materials, it creates a feeling of bellbeing and comfort. The stone evokes opulence, the wood provides heat and the stained glass shines in the sunlight.

Artists: Yves Fortin, Louise Héli, Pierre Normand.

Rue Chicobi, Launay

 


Fontaine artistique de Saint-Mathieu-d'Harricana

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Art Fountain of Saint-Mathieu-d’Harricana

The central stone represent the Saint-Mathieu-Berry esker, as well as the point where the waters separate, at the watershed, some flowing towards the north while others flow towards the south. The various plateaus represent the springs that source the waterways, lakes and rivers right to Baie-James in the north, and to the Rivière St-Laurent in the south.

Artists: citizen’s committee.

243-319, route 109, Saint-Mathieu-d’Harricana

 


Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Art Fountain of Sainte-Gertrude-Manneville

There is a simple answer: the tree represents the hard labor of our ancestors, life, continuity and the prosperity of communauty.

Artist: Jim Couture.

391, route 395, Sainte-Gertrude-Manneville

 


Fontaine artistique de Trécesson

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Trécesson’s Art Fountain

The Trécesson municipality, working with the Domaine St-Viateur, decided to renovate the fountain, which was built in the 1960s by the clerics of St-Viateur.

Artist: Clément Sylvain.

Chemin Saint-Viateur, Amos

 


Fontaine artistique de Preissac -

Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Preissac’s Art Fountain

This fountain illustrates the very essence of Preissac. The metal structure is a reminder of the mining industry while tho flowing water evokes the beautiful lakes and rapids of the municipality.

Artist: Denis Michaud.

13, rue des Rapides, Preissac

 


 

Fontaine artistique de Landrienne - Photo : Hugo Lacroix

Fontaine artistique de Landrienne – Photo : Hugo Lacroix

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