Overlooking a valley, in the heart of a unique natural site, Mont Sainte-Anne art gallery is a real oasis where art and nature make a perfect match.
This sculpture commemorating the attack to the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center was created in September 2001 by Riccardo Finizia a Canadian artist.
He was here, in our gardens on September 11th 2001 ready to create a sculpture. He created this masterpiece as a tribute to all the people who died following this catastrophic event.
Mont Sainte-Anne art gallery is not only a place to visit it is also an art of living. Amidst partly wild partly tamed nature, Gerometta opened the gallery more than 30 years ago. The gallery is adjacent to the stone cottage he built in 1976.
The gallery carries not only Gerometta’s work, but also the work of contemporary renowned artists: painters and sculptors.