Le village d'Harvey is a print of an original work in pencil, ink, charcoal, and digital coloration by Janice Nadeau. The illustration was originally created for the book Harvey, written by Hervé Bouchard. Each 12 × 8 inch archival quality giclée print is a signed and numbered limited edition, printed with pigment-based inks on acid free cotton rag fine art paper.
This is a limited edition print run of 25 prints per size – once the print run is sold out, this print will be retired forever. So if you love it, buy it now! Unframed. More info on our prints
ABOUT THE ARTIST.
Janice Nadeau studied graphic design at the Université du Québec à Montréal and illustration at the École supérieure des arts décoratifs de Strasbourg (France) before working as an art director for various organizations. She has illustrated a number of books and is a three-time recipient of the
Governor General’s Award for Illustration. Nul poisson où aller, published in 2003, earned her the first of these three awards. Nadeau later adapted the book for No Fish Where to Go, her first animated film co-directed by Nicola Lemay and produced by the National Film Board of Canada. The film was widely shown at festivals and won several awards. Mamie, Nadeau’s new film and solo directorial debut, is a personal and intimate story. Nadeau has an evocative, poetic and sophisticated style, which blends both retro and modern aesthetics. Nadeau also teaches illustration at the École de design of Université du Québec à Montréal. For more information visit her website.