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Organized by Sandrine Pelissier and Sophie Babeanu

We are passionate about making art accessible. We believe that if you can write, you can draw.
Every year we organize a Culture Days event that will reveal the artist in you in a fun and relaxed environment.

Everybody is an artist!

We truly believe that art is for everyone and we designed a fun activity that will have you make a unique picture, easily and in no time. All you have to do is relax and let your imagination do all the work.

This activity is suitable for kids all ages as well as for adults, even the adults who could not draw to save their life.

If you like the picture you made, Sophie and Sandrine will help you upload it to the Big Picture Art Project, and online collective art project where artists from everywhere in the world are sharing drawings and stories.

When :

Sunday Sept 30 : 10 am to 4 pm

Where:

Sandrine Pelissier studio

We just held our end of the year show at Simply drawing. It is held in my studio every year in June.
A big thank you to all the visitors and the talented artists who participated.

Our group is now taking a break until September, when our classes will resume every Thursday from 6.30 to 9.30 pm.

Simply Drawing, North Vancouver life drawing group.

Birth of Venus

The show runs from July 9th – 29th at the Federation of Canadian Artists

241 Cartwright Street
Vancouver, BC, V6H 4B7

Phone:  604.681.2744

THE BIG PICTURE PROJECT: NO-PHONE SELFIE

1:00pm – 3:00pm

Location:  Ambleside Landing
Cost: Free

Join me for a presentation of the Big Picture Art Project and try your hand at some fun monoprinting techniques like the popular No- phone selfie.

Our annual life drawing show will take place on June 22, 6 to 9 pm in my studio.
life drawing show in North Vancouver

let your subconscious do the workClick here to read more about the subconscious drawing technique.

This technique has been developed with The Big Picture Art Project in mind. The Big Picture Art Project is a collective art work where artists from all over the world are sharing stories in drawings.

the big picture art project

Here are some other posts that can give you some ideas and inspiration to participate in this one of a kind art project:

 

 

 

This is a new video shot for the television of Radio Canada British Columbia by Monia Blanchet Radio-Canada, in French. This video is about The Big Picture Collective Art Project, the collective art project we designed with Sophie Babeanu. Anyone can participate from anywhere in the world and share the stories that are important to them.

Une nouvelle video en Français pour la television de Radio Canada par Monia Blanchet Radio-Canada, a propos de The Big Picture Collective Art Project. C’est un project d’art collectif organise en collaboration avec Sophie Babeanu. Vous pouvez participer de partout dans le monde dans n’importe quel langage et partager les histoires qui sont importantes pour vous.

To translate in English:

Click on CC

Then Click on the wheel and select subtitles

Select “auto-translate”

Then “English”

 

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:

 

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 !