The Found Object Series on Quebec stems from an on-going project of Found Objects around the world – a series which explores the possibilities inherent in creator and creation. It began with the Faceless Portraits Series, portraits wherein the face is completely obscured using objects found in people’s homes and in the streets. By definition, a portrait shows the face. A person’s disposition, whether happy, sad, joyous, or distraught…it’s all there in the face. The eyes “are the window to the soul”, goes the saying. The Faceless Portraits Series quickly evolved into the Found Objects Series, continuing with the interplay between object and human. The idea behind the Found Objects of Quebec was to represent – through objects – what it means to be Québécois, from wildlife to flora, beautiful insects to historical artifacts.