Art Sundays - Artist Talks & Workshops

Sandrine PelissierLinocutting

Workshop: Introduction to Lino Printing with Sandrine Pelissier

Sunday, March 17, 2–4 p.m. at the Music Box, 1564 Argyle Ave, West Vancouver

Lino printing is a fun, easy and accessible way to get started with printing. No experience is required for this hands-on workshop on the basics of designing, carving and printing by hand.

Sandrine Pelissier is a North Vancouver-based artist whose work has been exhibited extensively in Canada and internationally. Inspired by her West Coast surroundings, she paints BC landscapes, figures and still life, mixing in elements of drawing and patterning. She is a published author, blogger instructor and co-founder of the North Shore Art Crawl.

 Cost: $25 (includes materials). Register at 604-925-7270 (course #53303) or online.

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 Alfonso TejadaAlfonso Tejada's artwork

Workshop: Principles of Watercolour with Alfonso Tejada

Sunday, March 31, 12–4 p.m. at the Music Box, 1564 Argyle Ave, West Vancouver

Explore a new approach to the principles of painting watercolour and sketching. You will learn to apply a free watercolour technique, how to use watercolour "en plein air", and how to bring these works back into a studio setting. Please bring your own materials.

Alfonso Tejada was born and raised in Mexico. He has a Masters in Architecture and Urban Design from UBC and has been a practicing artist for over 40 years. He has travelled extensively and taught courses in Plein Air worldwide. He is the lead representative for Canada at the international exhibition Fabriano in Acquarello, held annually in Fabriano, Italy.

Cost: $50

Register at 604-925-7270 (course #53295) or online.

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Elspeth Bradbury    Elspeth Bradbury

Wild Life: An audiovisual presentation introduced by Elspeth Bradbury

Sunday, April 14, 2–4 p.m. in the Ferry Building Gallery

In her paintings Elspeth portrays local wildlife who express their feelings poetically about life in West Vancouver. Listen in as the pigeons of Park Royal, the Sea Walk otter and the dancing ducks of Tiddly Cove, along with squirrels, crows, raccoons and even a contented slug, share their opinions and experiences!

Free admission, everyone welcome.

 

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Ferry Building Gallery
1414 Argyle Avenue
West Vancouver, BC
Gallery Hours
Tues - Sun: 11AM - 5PM
Closed Mondays
Tel 604-925-7290