Lerou is a stone sculptor located in Montreal, Canada. Her works refers to a Jungian search of archetypal forces emerging from the unconscious and coming into action in our daily life.
The characters that emerge from her hands represent mythical beings and timeless, archetypal forces, from our human history.
In technical terms, Lerou is attached to the representation of the human body, not tinged with realism, but through round shapes and stylized lines, suggestions, mainly reflecting the soul.
Selected by the Paris Fine Arts Society, she had the privilege to lead the Canadian delegation at their Annual Show in 2011. She was then awarded the "Prize of Honor SNBA Salon 2011" for her sculpture entitled "Aquarius”.
She realized in 2012, a 10 tons monumental stone sculpture, named “The Guardian of the Water” for the City of Boisbriand, Québec, Canada. This sculpture is dedicated to the protection of drinkable water resources.
She created monumental stone sculpture in Jimo, Qingdao, and Tonghe, Heilongjian, Chi, Madinaty (Cairo) Egypt, Port d’Envaux, France, Ayia Napa Cyprus, Puntarenas, Costa Rica and in the following Canadian cities: Boisbriand, St-Georges-de-Beauce, Lac-Mégantic, St-Jacques-de-Montcalm, Duhamel.
In 2016. she has been nominated as jury member of the 5th Qingdao Monumental Sculpture Symposium. She is Elected Member of the Society of Canadian Artists, Manager for Canada AIESM, member of R.A.A.V, Chairman of the Board of the Quebec Sculpture Council, member of ASPM - stone sculptors and Atelier 213.