Marven Clerveau is a self-taught multidisciplinary visual artist who began to gain the acclaim of a wider audience in 2014. As a young child, he would draw pictures inspired by TV cartoons and Picasso. He has participated in numerous projects and exhibitions, and won several prizes for his art.
His work with the Association de Montréal pour la déficience intellectuelle (AMDI), membership in the organization Diversité Artistique Montréal (DAM), participation in the project Tandem créatif with Exeko, and current involvement in the Gang à Rambrou have all allowed him to develop his techniques, and expand his renown.
Marven loves exploring and mixing different styles and mediums. Most recently, his focus has been on figurativism and work which incorporates newspaper into acrylic paintings.