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I am very happy to have my landscape paintings as well as many flower paintings in the Pitt Meadows Art Gallery from Sept 11 to October 7.

This is a wonderful small gallery on Harris road, here are a few pictures of the installation:

drawing stations for Culture days in North Vancouver

For Culture Days Sophie Babeanu (art therapist in North Vancouver) and I have arranged a few drawing stations in the studio with simple instructions.

open studio in North Vancouver

At each station, you could try a different drawing technique.

drawing with your non dominant hand technique in sandrine pelissier studio

Like drawing with your non- dominant hand

culture days 2017

Or finding a drawing from random scribbles on paper

culture days in Vancouver

no phone selfie

Or drawing a self portrait with a mirror monoprint easy technique.

uploading drawings for the Big Picture Art Project

Once the drawings were made, participants had the opportunity to have their drawings scanned and to upload them to the Big Picture Art Project 

Thank you to all the participants!!

We had some awesome participations to the big picture from our Culture Days visitors. Here are a few:

 

See you next year !

We were being interviewed for the radio show “Phare Ouest” in French by Marie Villeneuve, for our collective art project: The Big Picture

 

You can hear the interview here.Sophie Babeanu and Sandrine Pelissier Radio Canada the Big Picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I made 2 art lessons for the Cloth Paper scissors magazine and this is the second one: It shows you how to add visual texture with a dipping pen.
The lesson comes with a lot of pictures and even a short video.
Online art classes by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier
Art Lessons: Volume 2 with Sandrine Pelissier
Adding Visual Texture with a Dip Pen
By Sandrine Pelissier
Format: Art Lesson DownloadPatterns are a great way to add complexity to a painting, and a dip pen is an inexpensive, easy-to-use tool for creating them. In this February Art Lesson, with accompanying video, Sandrine Pelissier uses a dip pen to create unique patterns, adding visual texture and depth to her paintings. Read along as Sandrine shares her techniques and her art, and turns you into a dip pen enthusiast.​

Art Classes on The Artist Network

add visual texture with dip pens by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissiercustom sketchbook with Spirograph designs by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissiermixed media on altered paper by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier
 painting flowers from imagination by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissierpainting patterned trees by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissierzen doodle postcards by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

You can also check these inspiring blog posts on the
​Cloth Paper Scissors blog

customize your sketchbook coveradd visual texture with a dip pen by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier
I am very excited for this upcoming solo show at Place des Arts in Coquitlam!
It is held simultaneously with a mixed media show by Leora Gesser and the Positively petite show, a miniature exhibition show.Opening Reception is November 13 from 2 to 4 pm. See you there!

solo exhibition by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier at Place des Arts in Coquitlam

So happy to hear that Forest Dream has won 3rd place in :
Painting on the Edge
The 14th Annual Open International Juried Exhibition at the Federation of Canadian artists.The show runs in Granville island from August 16 to September 4 2016
I get an Opus gift card that I am sure will be no trouble at all to spend 🙂
I am very happy to be part of that exciting exhibition coming up at the North Vancouver Cityscape Community Art Space.
North Vancouver community arts council
tactile forest exhibition in North Vancouver
CityScape Community Art Space
335 Lonsdale Avenue, North VancouverOPENING RECEPTION | September 8, 7-9pm
September 9 – October 1, 2016

Tactile Forest brings the theme of botanical life into the gallery landscape. Mossy greens, golden browns, sea and sky blues mimic our natural world through acrylic and oil paints, ceramic and fibre sculpture, contemporary embroidery and unique mixed media photographic works.

Each of the seven artists imbue their experience of nature through diverse mediums, reflecting the diversity of the tactile and intangible within our forests and the connection art has with nature.
Artists: Bev Ellis, Julie Johnston, Jane Kenyon, ByNature Designs, 
Zed Payne, Sandrine Pelissier and Heather Talbot.

Artist Talk | Thursday, Sept 15, 6:30-7:30pm Join Nicolas Rousseau, BSc, MSc, Horticulture Engineer and ByNature President as he leads us in a discussion about biophilia, the importance of bringing nature into our interior spaces and the intrinsic bond between humans and other living systems.
Sponsor:

STAY CONNECTED:

Media Inquiries:
Caitlin Bryant
Exhibitions Coordinator
exhibitions@nvartscouncil.ca | 604-988-6844

Interviews available and high-resolution images available upon request.

North Vancouver Community Arts Council, 335 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2G3 Canada

 forest painting with patterns patterned trees by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier patterned trees painting by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier
Discovery Walk will e exhibited at the Ferry Building gallery for the Harmony Showcase Exhibition 2016, the show runs from July 29th – August 14th.Opening is Friday, July 29th at 6pm.

Mixed media juried exhibition featuring the work of 22 artists:
See the list of exhibiting artists here.

Harmony arts festival in west Vancouver

patterned forest painting by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

Forest Dream has been accepted in the Painting on the Edge show at the Federation of Canadian Artists.
The 14th Annual Open International Juried Exhibition 
August 16 – September 4 2016Painting on the Edge is an annual international open call, competition and exhibition open to all artists worldwide. Each year this exhibition encourages artists to challenge themselves in their current practice and get out of their artistic comfort zones. Challenge your audience, challenge your peers, challenge yourself!Last year I had a painting of Louise in that show and it won the second price

portrait painting by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier