Colette Boulet is an International fibre artist based in Montreal who has been creating contemporary tapestries for over twenty-five years. Today, her work is often recognized by the use of varying textures,, natural fibres and colours.

She studied in Paris, France at La Manufacture nationale des Gobelins and participated in a one-year Artist in Residency at the Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain in Winnipeg, Canada.

Colette Boulet’s work has been shown in numerous galleries and institutions across Canada, France and in China, including the CCFM, The Dugald Costume Museum, The Municipal Library in Asnières-sur-seine, 'The World of Threads Festival'  and the 'Beijing - 9th International Fibre Art Biennale'. 

Her tapestries have been acquired by the Government of Manitoba Art Collection, the Municipal Library in Asnières-sur-seine, France and by private collectors across Canada.

Her work has been featured in a variety of publications, including Blé (Les Éditions du Blé) - a compilation of Manitoba artists - and the December issue of Elle Canada.

Colette continues to run her studio in Montreal.