Native of Noranda, Guy Pierre lives in Laval since a few years. At the age of 12, he visited a workshop of woodcarving in St-Jean-Port-Joli on a tourist trip and ignores that this visit will mark the beginning of a promising career.
He returned in 1978 as a student at the school of Sculpture, after attending the École du Meuble and the woodworking of Victoriaville. In 1984, he joined the Ottawa School of Art where he furthers his studies in anatomy, modelling and in techniques of modelling and moulding techniques. He continued studies in moulding for bronze with Donald Lsardi at the Alpen School of Art in Ontario and continues his studies in France to perfect anatomical study, this time on clay, with Martine Vaugel. In June 1994, he won the first prize for his sculpture "Hot wind" at the International Competition of woodcarving in Davenport, Iowa, and a second prize for his work "The caress".
His sculptures are part of private and public collections in many countries including Japan, the United States and Canada; British Colombia and Newfoundland.