Yolande Bernier has exhibited her art over forty times, with over twenty juried solo exhibitions. In 1989 she was the invited artist for the opening of the Japanese Pavilion at the Botanical Gardens of Montreal. In both 1996 and 1997 she participated, in Paris, at the Salon des Artistes de la Nature. In the Maison de la Culture Mercier, in Montreal, and at Thetford Mines, Quebec, (1999 and 2000), she exhibited her: Art and Sciences Shizen Shoku, the colours of the earth.
In 2001, she presented Genshoku, couleurs d’origine, at the Gallery Le Portal, in the Theatre Petit Champlain in Quebec City. She was the honorary president at the art symposium at St-George de Beauce, in 2003 and also at Domaine Joly de Lotbinière in 2004. In 2005, along with the sculptor Lewis Pagé, she exhibited in the Anglican church of Saint-Jacques-de-Leeds.
In 2008, she present a solo Le sacre de la terre with the Institut canadien de Québec, at Neufchatel librairy in january, and also at the Gabrielle Roy Librairy, in september and october. Since 2001, Yolande has been participating in the Ressources Culture et Education, Artiste at school, for primary and secondary schools.
For over 25 years she has been represented in galleries in both Montreal and Quebec, and has participated in numerous juried projects and events in the artistic and cultural milieu.