Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation, Sylvie Daigneault joins author Mike Ulmer in paying tribute to some of the unique landscapes, stories, and the history of this colorful country.
It seems our blogmistress became so excited while making yesterday’s Creative Quarterly 45 announcement that she’d forgotten to include Sylvie Daingeault’s beautiful suite of imagery. Apologies, Sylvie!
Images by Sylvie Daigneault:
This gorgeous series was selected as a ‘runner up’ in the Fine Art category. Congratulations, Sylvie!
Sylvie Daigneault is thrilled to announce that she will be taking place in a terrific group exhibition celebrating 50 years of illustration in Toronto. The opening of The Museum of the Street is tomorrow: check it out!
It is a good day when so many wonderful illustrations are honored that you accidentally overlook another talented MGI’er. Our apologies to Sylvie Daigneault, who was also recently recognized by the 3×3 Pro Show.
Sylvie’s beautiful “Mutation” series received a ‘merit’ in the gallery category:
We have an announcement for our non-threatening friends up north (O’ Canada)! Those in the Toronto area on May 16 should head to the Communication Art Gallery for the opening of Sylvie Daigneault’s “Chimera,” a celebration of her intricate and beautiful pencil creations.
Creative Quarterly has become a notable source for talent in the commercial arts, and it is always exciting when our awesome MGI-ers are selected to appear in this terrific publication! We would like to say a hearty congratulations to Sylvie Daigneault and Paul Garland, who have been selected as ‘winners’ AND ‘runners-up’ in the Professional Illustration Category. Congrats, lady and gent! And thank you to the judges and publisher Charles Hively for this nice acknowledgment.