(1925 - 2011)
|Armand Corriveau lived in Saint-Gerard-des-Laurentides, Quebec. He was a farmer most of his life. Armand's father Pierre was a well known folk artist. Because his father had vision problems he would help him with his artwork. After Armand retired from farming he carried on his father's artistic traditions.
Armand used branches from saplings for the legs of his animals and folded and shaped scrap tin for the ears and wings. He perfered marbles for the eyes of his creations. Armand's son Robert is also a carver.
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