It was a little happiness...

The adventure of Le P'tit Bonheur began, like many happy projects, with a love story; that of a family, the Tremblays, with the world of the arts. It began in 1986, with the arrival of Jacques Tremblay and Rosanne Duchesne in the magnificent Charlevoix region. They took over the reins of the art gallery that occupies with panache the Salon rose of the Manoir Richelieu.

Then, a nice surprise awaited them for the inauguration in 1993: the arrival of another passionate woman, their eldest daughter Marie-Ève. From then on, she ensured continuity by being actively involved in this family project, and then by "officially" taking over the reins of the company in 2013. Over the years, the Tremblay family's philosophy and contagious enthusiasm has encouraged collaborators with diverse talents and backgrounds to join the team, including Marie-Ève's spouse, Frédérick, who has been involved in the company since 2004.

From the very beginning, the Galerie d'art Au P'tit Bonheur has been a must for the art lover. Three decades later, the address is still a reference.

A large and intimate space

No matter how imposing and inviting a gallery may be, its substance is only found in what the visitor can find there. Le P'tit Bonheur is committed to offering art lovers and collectors a varied and high quality selection of figurative works by experienced artists from all over the country. Some thirty of Canada's most renowned painters and sculptors are on permanent display.

A beautiful showcase

The gallery is resolutely looking to the future and has given itself the mandate and the means to promote the talent of its artists, notably through its website www.auptitbonheur.com.

This virtual showcase features no less than 700 original works, paintings and sculptures, and more than a hundred limited edition reproductions. And all the works presented online are available: those that find takers are removed from the site as soon as possible. With its constant updates, customers can discover new entries every week, according to the arrivals... and the inspiration of the artists!

An unparalleled service