«Facing the headland is this famous rock, as long as half a mile, covered with a flat surface embodred like a calm ocean, vertically split in two at one extremity and a few hunched feet further it opens in a gushing manner to form an arch, steep rock, straight like a falling weight, that has given it's name to the space and to the land that ends in the bay of Gaspe and shows prominence in the Gulf»
Arthur Buies, Chroniques 1
A dumbfounded look upon the years of apprenticeship of Kittie Bruneau who, in 1961, planted her easel, built her residence and placed her workshop near Perce on Bonaventure Island. She lived there until expropriation in 1972. She was able to draw the source of inspiration from, the most astonishing creation in a mythological corner of the world and all her ulterior artistic journeys was manifested by this set of themes.