Posts tagged with: patterns

patterned trees painting by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier
patterned west coast landscape by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier
acrylicworks 3 book by North Light booksThis edition of AcrylicWorks focuses on the theme of texture! The broad theme allows for an amazing variety of styles and approaches. Explore how each individual artist takes to capturing their three-dimensional world onto a two dimensional surface. Each translation is unique and inspiring. From shocking hyper-realism to harmonious abstractions, and everything in between, the visual interest of each artist is expressed beautifully and calls your attention into seeing the beauty within any part of our world. See the world as they see it and allow yourself to fall into their paintings as you try to understand both their technique as well as their conceptual focus. Reading each statement certainly gives each work a new air of significance and character

North Shore art crawl 2016

 North Shore art crawl activity in North Vancouver studio
I have an exciting hands on activity as I will have all the supplies for you to try your hand at doodling on pebbles. I have lots and lots of them, they are heavy so I will be happy if you can make a bunch and take them home!
I just received a notice today:”Congratulations! We are very happy to inform you that your mixed-media art has been selected for publication in Incite 4: Relax. Restore. Renew.”
All four paintings will be featured in the next issue of Incite, this is great news!
I am so excited to see my work on the cover and in a featured article of Acrylic Artist, Winter 2016.
Caroline McKee wrote the article and I had the opportunity to talk about techniques, inspiration but also marketing and business.
Click here to see a detailed content of this issue of Acrylic Artist

acrylic artist magazine cover by North Vancouver artist Sandrine Pelissier

Here is a preview of the first pages of the article.

Real or Imagined
Sandrine Pelissier’s work explores the tension between opposing concepts by blending delicate drawing designs with loose, abstract painting.
By Caroline McKee

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painting flowers from imagination