Vision commune (Common vision)

Artist : Roger Lapalme
Country : Canada
Year of creation : 1999


The sculptural concept is made up of three distinct formal scenes: past, present, future.

Common Vision puts emphasis on humans’ energies that, throughout history and time, go about in the same direction in their will to attain the same objective.


Roger Lapalme
Artist : Roger Lapalme

Roger possesses a formation in the following disciplines: drawing, architecture, integration of the art in the architecture and a specialization in monumental sculpture. To testify of his art and his subjects, he uses several materials: wood, concrete, stone, aluminum, copper, bronze, stainless steel, black steel, glass, fiberglass, resin and other materials.

At this day, he realized more than 71 monumental sculptures that we find in public places, museums, private and public collections through: Canada, the United States, Central America, South America, Europe, Asia, etc. He participated in more than 40 International symposiums of monumental sculpture and he was the founding president of several associations and groupings of professional artists at the national and international level. He was the founder and the president of a world association which gather more than 25 countries today: The International Association For Monumental Sculpture Events (A.I.E.S.M).

Source : AIESM, International Association for Monumental Sculpture Events

Works of the artist

Vision commune
2008, La croisée des chemins. Hommage à Monsieur Paul-O Trépanier
Quand la ville devient humaine
L'arche humaine