An interview on CBC about connecting communities through art!

Hi everyone! So it's been a while... here's some of what's been going behind the scenes- my students' first art show (wehoooo!!!) , my own art show at Baked, painting LIVE MUSIC as it's played at Arts in the Park in Whitehorse, and more! 

You can listen to it all at my interview with Dave White for CBC Whitehorse at this link:

I'm SO excited to share all of this with you! Now that summer is over, I'll return to send the newsletters and share art tips for you to do colorful art at home, and updates about my art projects, which I hope will inspire you too! Feel free to go to contacts on this webpage and add yourself to my newsletter mailing list or shoot me a message at 

Now, if you know me, you know my art is inspired by love and nature, and the effect art has to empower us and our communities through colours. It can translate clearly and visualize our stories and aspirations. My current exhibition at Baked includes two projects I am proud I had the opportunity to be a part of: the consent campaign (previous blog post), and Elles Se Racontent, at which I had the pleasure to paint and visualize talented female musicians' works at the Yukon Art Center stage a couple of years ago. What a great opportunity to share it with you over coffee at Baked Cafe! (they do have amazing espresso...). Feel free to come and visit!  

I am planning many more community projects you'll hear about soon, because what better way to make our community better then with art?! 

Today's art tip: make your own landscape! For the full step by step, do it yourself landscape, visit my Facebook page here:

Until next time!