Posts tagged with: acrylic

Sun, December 2, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Sun, December 2, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM

Forgo reference photos and discover a more organic and joyful way of painting with a simple, three-stage approach to creating flowers only you can make.

In this demo Sandrine will show you :
How to mount yupo or stone paper on board to present your paintings on paper without a frame
How to make an abstract background with lots of visual textures
How to use negative painting and your imagination to make a painting appear effortlessly
How to add patterns to embellish a painting with a dipping pen and ink
Discover a fresh, fun approach to painting unique flowers!
We will have Sandrine’s new book available for signing at the end of the demonstration.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Please visit Opus North Vancouver or contact them at 604‑904‑0447 to register.

 

 

It is finally there!
My Book, Painting Imaginary Flowers: Beautiful Blooms and Abstract Patterns in Mixed Media is now available online.

Forgo reference photos and discover a more organic and joyful way of painting! With its friendly step-by-step format, Painting Imaginary Flowers features a simple, three-stage approach to creating flowers only you can make …
Ten demonstrations show the versatility of this approach—from large-format pieces, to work in a series and even Zen doodle landscapes. Never again will you be stuck for ideas or dependent on a photo. Every flower you paint will be unique, personal, and fresh from your imagination!

Let your imagination blossom!

Wondering how painting from imagination look like? Check this time lapse video and see the process from start to finish.

 

 

I am very excited about my new book, it is available now for pre-order and will ship mid August.

Painting Imaginary Flowers: Beautiful Blooms and Abstract Patterns in Mixed Media

Discover a fresh, fun approach to painting unique flowers!

Forgo reference photos and discover a more organic and joyful way of painting! With its friendly step-by-step format, Painting Imaginary Flowers features a simple, three-stage approach to creating flowers only you can make …
Drop in color (ink, watercolor or fluid acrylics) to create abstract backgrounds full of beautiful textures and “blooms.”
Just like spotting shapes in the clouds, search for shapes in your background that suggest blossoms and leaves. Paint around them and watch the flowers emerge!
Add patterns in pen to create a lovely, faux collage effect.
With plenty of mixed-media techniques throughout for building up luscious texture and color, even beginners can achieve happy results. Ten demonstrations show the versatility of this approach—from large-format pieces, to work in a series and even Zen doodle landscapes. Never again will you be stuck for ideas or dependent on a photo. Every flower you paint will be unique, personal, and fresh from your imagination!

Let your imagination blossom!

I have been re-working some of my favourite life drawings recently for a new series of drawings made available on my online store.
Some drawings are heavily patterned:
life drawing with patterns by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

You can see a video of the making of that drawing here:

I also worked with fluid acrylic on a series of life drawings:

 

Very nice to see Green Bouquet and Slice of Life-Louise in this selection of gorgeous acrylic paintings!
I am very excited about these 4 videos being available in DVD and for download on the Artist Network
online class painting flowers from imagination by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissieronline class zen doodle postcards by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissieronline class painting patterned trees by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissieronline class figure drawing on altered paper by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

January 21- January 25, 2017

Organized chaos, group exhibition of abstracts and semi abstracts works at the International Arts Gallery.

With
Teressa Bernard (http://teressalbernard.com/main.html)
Jannette Jarville (http://www.jeanettejarville.com/)
Nicoletta Baumeister (http://www.nicoletta.ca/)
Lori Bagneres (http://www.loribagneres.com/)
Therese Joseph (http://www.therese-joseph.com/)
Mila Kostic (http://milakostic.com/)
Gabriele Maurus (https://emmarts.ca/index.html)
Sandrine Pelissier (https://sandrinepelissier.com/)

Read more about the Organized chaos artists here.

west coast landscape painting of the rain forest by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

“Botanical Allegory” sold and is displayed in this beautiful home. I think it is the perfect painting to fit that space!