A native and resident of Wendake, Line began her career as a ceramic artist while living in California by training with master potter Stanley Thompson, in Modesto, from 1978 to 1980.
She continued her training in Quebec at the Maison des Métiers D’Art in Quebec on ceramic decoration techniques, firing techniques and a workshop on ceramic materials technologies.
In 2013, she participated in the Potter's Council conference in Nashville, Tennessee under the theme Altered Approach to Clay.
In 2017, Master Class of Virginie Besengez: Production of pieces with inverted coils, study of contemporary form and ancestral technique.
In 2018, Master Class of Valérie Blaize: Methodology of creativity.
In April 2019, she participated in the Master Class with Luca Tripaldi, Italian master jeweler: Porcelain jewelry, ceramic molding technique.
“My input comes from my Wendat culture, which resonates in me. I draw my inspiration from the elements of nature and more particularly from the forest, with its leaves and medicinal plants which serve as motifs for my pieces. Traditionally, the Wendat women made pottery for preserving food, they decorated their pottery with hatched patterns, which I like to reproduce on my pottery.
My creations are, for me, a way of sharing my culture. In the Wendat language, ATA means the earth of the land. This is the substance that I work with. "
Line's pieces can be found today in several boutiques, including that of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Huron-Wendat Museum in Wendake and the Musée de la civilisation in Quebec, to name a few. She regularly participates in shows such as the Salon des artisans de Québec, the International Pow-Wow of Wendake, the German Christmas Market of Quebec and the Wendake Christmas Market. And it is a great pride for her to know that the National Assembly of Quebec and the Council of the Huron-Wendat Nation are offering some of her pieces to foreign dignitaries as a gift.