Daniel Tremblay is an accomplished artist and designer known for his contributions in various fields of creative expression. His journey began in 1982 when he joined Desrosiers Danse Theatre as an artist, designer, and conceptor, and went on to tour internationally with the company in Canada, USA, Europe, South America, and Australia.

As an independent artist from 1983 to 1990, Daniel focused on designing sets and props for works such as "Le Photographe", "Stanza", "Passenger" and "Tyl le miroir de Nijinsky". His talent and creativity also earned him a solo exhibition and art sale at the Centre Francophone de Toronto in 1985. In 1990, Daniel took on the role of Director of Workshops and Creative Designer at the Bali Art Festival in Indonesia, where he showcased his artistic innovation. He also served as an artist-in-residence at Studio I Made Budianna in 1991, further refining his craft.

In 1994, Tremblay exhibited his solo works and sold his paintings at the Musée Agung Gallery in Bali and continued to showcase his talent with a solo exhibition at the Outremont Gallery in 1995. From 1992 to 2010, Daniel Tremblay made a mark as a designer and conceptor with his own venture, Quebalibec, creating unique jewelry collections. At the same time he worked with Cirque du Soleil from 2007 to 2012 as a Creative Designer for Events and Experiences in Belgium, Russia, and Quebec, and also participated in group exhibitions at the Cirque du Soleil Gallery.

Tremblay established his independent studio, Art Venise in 2013, where he focused on his painting practice until 2018. He exhibited his works annually and sold his paintings at the Centre d'Art de Sabrevois from 2014 to 2018. In recent years, Daniel has been involved in art printing research at Atelier Circulaire in Montreal, showcasing his versatility and continuous exploration in the world of art. Daniel Tremblay’s biography is a testament to his artistic talent, creative diversity, and international exposure, making him a notable figure in the arts community.