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So, it's no secret - here it is. This is the painting at the Draw Me a Mountain // Dessine-moi une montagne Exhibition. It is now available as a print/product on Society 6, as well. Please see the previous entry for details on the exhibition, but it is essentially happening all of this month at the Smith House, Mont Royal.

Here are also some works I either forgot to post, or forgot to photograph, or I just can't find on here anywhere.

This is a 3-hour watercolour I did at a UQAM figure drawing session.

The following is a piece I did many years ago in 2008. I never photographed it. It was photographed today. It's a mixed-media piece that took many, many hours of work. It's based on a photograph - a selfie in a pre-selfie age. It's ink, acrylic yarn, and a cut-out out of Fabriano paper on a coffee-stained, heavy watercolour paper.

Unlike most of my work, this piece is not for sale unless you can convince me to part with it, and because it has minor cat damage. It'll be worth more when it's part of art history and an art restorer gets their hands on it.

Drawing 24"x24". ~2008" />Drawing 24"x24". ~2008" />

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I'm very excited to inform everyone that a new watercolour I just finished last month will be in the Draw Me a Mountain / Dessine-moi une montagne at the Smith House atop of Mont Royal, Montreal, Quebec.

Je suis ravie d’informer tout le monde que une de mes nouvelles aquarelles seront dans l’exposition Draw Me a Mountain / Dessine-moi une montagne à la Maison Smith au sommet de Mont Royal, Montréal, Québec.

WHEN//QUAND: Every weekend during May - 12pm-4pm. // Chaque fin de la semaine de mai, entre 12hrs à 16hrs.

WHERE//OÙ: Smith House//Maison Smith, 1260 Chemin Remembrance, Montreal, QC H3H 1A2

PRICE//PRIX: Free // Gratuit

There is also an event on May 24 everyone is invited to, information below. Il y aura un événement auquel tout le monde est invités, l’information au-dessous (je manque la version française) :

"May 24, 2015 marks the 139th anniversary of Mount Royal Park. Les Amis de la montagne and Urban Sketchers Montreal invite you to participate in a day of outdoor drawing and painting on Mount Royal. Meeting place: Smith House at 10 am. A lunch break is scheduled at noon – bring your own lunch or dine at the Café des Amis – after which drawing and painting resumes through the afternoon. Finally, at 3:30 p.m., all participants are invited to join us at Smith House in the exhibition space for a glass of wine and an opportunity to view and share your achievements of the day. We look forward to the pleasure of your company on May 24."

Where is my painting? Well, you'll have to go see it! No, I will post it after/during the exhibition. // Où est ma peinture? Donc, vous devez aller la voir. Mais non, je vais la poster après ou pendant l’exposition.

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I want to give a heads up that I will have my most recent acrylic paintings in a juried art exhibition at the Écomusée de fier monde between March 25 - April 12. This is a group exhibition and paintings are for sale. // Je voudrais annoncer que mes oeuvres acryliques seront dans une exposition-concours au Écomusée de fier monde entre mars 25 à avril 12. Ce sera une exposition collective et les oeuvres sont à vendre.

Address: Écomusée du fier monde 2050, rue Amherst Montréal (Québec) H2L 3L8

Another exhibition, featuring artwork by Justin Tomchuk:

Too bad I didn't stop to post a brief notice here, but this year I was in Nuit Blanche drawing for tips at Cafe Aunja. Check out my instagram for more photos. It was really fun and if anyone wants me to do this at their event in the background, I would gladly do it again. Also, here's my feature picture at Cafe Aunja. This one's not even up on my site and it's quite old - I just never photographed it.

One of our major projects this past month has been this video below. It's about how hard candies are made, and I invite you to check it out. It's been featured on Reddit, This Is Colossal, Huffington Post, and Buzzfeed. If you like our video, like Stereokroma's FB page or follow on Youtube.