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Old Calendar 2021-22

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September 21, 2021

Spring 2022


October 19, 2021

Artists' Circle Online Exhibition
Edith Larochelle 
Jérôme Guenette

The Artists’ Circle is proud to present its virtual spring exhibition.

Edith Larochelle will present to the membership how to use Instagram and Facebook to your (and our) advantage.


[Proposed: Then there will be an open discussion of any questions the membership might have about any art topic. In other words, a sharing of information.]

Jérôme Guenette teaches at Jean XXIII high school and at Dorval. He will be showing us how to draw portraits. 

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November 16, 2021


December 21, 2021

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January 18, 2022

Monika Wright
December meeting
Iya Carson, BFA,BArch

Monika is an abstract Nova Scotia artist and an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists. 


Iya is an Ottawa-based artist and will be leading us through an interactive drawing session.

Click [LEARN MORE below to check out Iya's website and courses. 

Contact info:


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February 15, 2022

Jason Chin

We are so very lucky to have Jason Chin as our guest this month! On Tuesday January 25th 2022, Jason was awarded the Caldecott Medal for the illustrations for the book, Watercress, by Andrea Wang, herself a Newbery medal winner for the book.

Jason works in watercolour and illustrates books for children. Among the books he has written and illustrated are: Redwoods, Gravity, Island: A Story of the Galapagos, Coral Reefs, Grand Canyon;  in Pie is for Sharing and Watercress he did the illustrations.

Here’s a short video Jason made, aimed for kids, but interesting for us too: Jason Chin shows how to illustrate a fact


He doesn’t seem to have a website, but click on Learn More to check his Facebook page:

April 19, 2022

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March 15, 2022

Veronique Komlosy

Véronique Komlosy is an artist - painter and sculptor. Born in Plessisville, she holds a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts and a certificate in Education from UQTR. She worked in Victoriaville as an artistic project coordinator and taught high school visual arts from 1995 to 2019.


Véronique is fascinated by all the little things that make up ordinary life. In her animal, human or landscape representations, she seeks above all the truth; and hopes that her work will restore the nobility of the sacred and the confidence that slumbers within us. She also has a strong interest in ancient cultures, touched by this quest for spirituality that emerges from their heritage: the symbols, shapes and colors that come to us from indigenous peoples.

Her art is intrinsically linked to the power of life!

May 17 2022

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