Born in 1970, François Ducas lives in Pointe-aux-Trembles where he participates at Les Impatients workshops with great passion. This artist lives with an intellectual disability and is fascinated with the world of television and the day-to-day lives of the stars, with a love for rebellious characters.
He has created wonderful marker portraits with punk and rebellion themes.
In these tensions between anger and desire, Eros and Thanatos, Ducas depicts characters that are tremendously relatable.
To find more about the non-profit organization Les Impatients who support the artists through therapeutic art programs, visit the website here.