Walking Looking and Drawing: Micro and Macro Perspectives


Photos by Denise Carson Wilde


On Saturday October 1 and October 15 artists Lucie Chan and Genevieve Robertson hosted two afternoon drawing workshops as part of Big Draw Vancouver www.drawvancouver.com. Starting with field excursions, they explored the shoreline, considered intertidal ecologies that require tenacity to survive between the aquatic and terrestrial. Peaking into an intimate perspective that is not easily visible at first glance, they used drawing as a form of knowledge exchange and exploration. Working directly in the environment and back at the A-frame, layered histories, materials and scales were explored.

The event was free and open to the public with all ages and drawing levels welcome.

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