Explore The Project, Feel Like, and more!

Explore related topics

Bashir, Afghanistan

Bashir, Afghanistan

The Carol & Nicholas portraits were exhibited at the ARC Gallery Chicago. In "Carol: A Talking Portrait", USC dance professor Carol Press describes her Holocaust Dance performance in a multimedia portrait co-produced by Sherry Tompalski and Videographer Graham Thompson. In “Nicholas: A Video Conference”, Dr. Nicholas Tingle is captured during a live portrait painting via a video conference link to Ottawa Canada. SEE: http://sherrypaints.info

The Carol & Nicholas portraits were exhibited at the ARC Gallery Chicago. In "Carol: A Talking Portrait", USC dance professor Carol Press describes her Holocaust Dance performance in a multimedia portrait co-produced by Sherry Tompalski and Videographer Graham Thompson. In “Nicholas: A Video Conference”, Dr. Nicholas Tingle is captured during a live portrait painting via a video conference link to Ottawa Canada. SEE: http://sherrypaints.info

Lotta, Voices of Refugees Series

Lotta, Voices of Refugees Series

Painted portraits of the Dalai Lama by Sherry Tompalski were exhibited at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa during World Refugee Week celebrations in 2010. SEE: http://globalvoicesproject.ca

Dalai Lama, Tibet, Voices of Refugees Series

The Aboriginal Voices Project includes drawings and video interviews of Cree residential school survivors from Canada and Mayan refugees and torture victims from Guatemala and El Salvador. The project was financial supported by the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Ottawa and Canada Council.

The Aboriginal Voices Project includes drawings and video interviews of Cree residential school survivors from Canada. The project was financial supported by the Ontario Arts Council, the City of Ottawa and Canada Council.

"Face to Face: Pierre Trudeau's Talking Portrait" was exhibited at The Canadian Museum of History (formerly known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization). As part of The Canadian Personalities Hall, the installation featured Sherry Tompalski's live portrait painting of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau along with Graham Thompson's video recording of this interactive process.

"Face to Face: Pierre Trudeau's Talking Portrait" was exhibited at The Canadian Museum of History (formerly known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization). As part of The Canadian Personalities Hall, the installation featured Sherry Tompalski's live portrait painting of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau along with Graham Thompson's video recording of this interactive process.

Painted portraits of the Dalai Lama by Sherry Tompalski were exhibited at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa during World Refugee Week celebrations in 2010. SEE: http://globalvoicesproject.ca

Painted portraits of the Dalai Lama by Sherry Tompalski were exhibited at Library and Archives Canada in Ottawa during World Refugee Week celebrations in 2010. SEE: http://globalvoicesproject.ca

"Face to Face: Pierre Trudeau's Talking Portrait" was exhibited at The Canadian Museum of History (formerly known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization). As part of The Canadian Personalities Hall, the installation featured Sherry Tompalski's live portrait painting of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau along with Graham Thompson's video recording of this interactive process.

"Face to Face: Pierre Trudeau's Talking Portrait" was exhibited at The Canadian Museum of History (formerly known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization). As part of The Canadian Personalities Hall, the installation featured Sherry Tompalski's live portrait painting of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau along with Graham Thompson's video recording of this interactive process.

"Face to Face: Pierre Trudeau's Talking Portrait" was exhibited at The Canadian Museum of History (formerly known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization). As part of The Canadian Personalities Hall, the installation featured Sherry Tompalski's live portrait painting of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau along with Graham Thompson's video recording of this interactive process.

"Face to Face: Pierre Trudeau's Talking Portrait" was exhibited at The Canadian Museum of History (formerly known as the Canadian Museum of Civilization). As part of The Canadian Personalities Hall, the installation featured Sherry Tompalski's live portrait painting of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau along with Graham Thompson's video recording of this interactive process.

Pinterest
Search