In the past, Huot's artistic strength could be found in representational and figurative art on canvas, paper, stone and metal.
This was the developmental basis of my early years.
While he was content with these surface representations, he felt that something unspoken was missing.
About 25 years ago, through a personal unconscious inspiration, he then delved into the world of the abstract.
At first, he layered representational and figurative work with touches of the abstract.
Soon though, ordered representation became submerged in the abstracted disorder of the world he saw.
Figurative work was molded, submerged and transformed by uncontrolled images, both conscious and unconscious.
Abstractions came to dominate and with that domination came the chaos
that we see in our social and personal lives today.
On canvas, he is now inspired by abstract, and into a more powerful expression that speak to the world at large.
Huot has been represented over the years by these galleries
arranged in alphabetical order they are
Alliance Française,Ottawa, ON, CAN
L'Art de l'Époque, Gatineau, QC, CAN
Éducative De La Salle, Ottawa, ON, CAN
Francis-Alexandre, Ottawa, ON, CAN
Jean-Claude Bergeron , Ottawa, ON, CAN
Kastel Gallery, Montréal , QC, CAN
Le Marié Tranier Gallery,Washington, DC USA
Limner Gallery, New York, NY, USA
Macaya Gallery, Miami, Florida, USA
Maison de la Culture, Gatineau, QC, CAN
Montcalm Gallery, Gatineau, QC, CAN
Musée de la Grande Vigne de Dinan, Bretagne France
Richelieu, Montréal, QC, CAN
Galerie Rod Art, Saint Sauveur, PQ, Canada
Terence Robert, Ottawa, CAN
Thériault Art Gallery, Timmins, ON, CAN
Universitaire d'Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, CAN
Vincent , Ottawa, ON, CAN
Yvon Desgagnés, Baie St-PauL, QC, CAN