Meet the Waldoodles - art monsters from scribbles - 2021 Digital Gallery
Welcome to the world of Waldoodles through this digital online Gallery. This gallery showcases over 40 Waldoodles created by artist Walter Sayers. Walter created his Waldoodle monsters in 2009 to help his son ease the stress about drawing everything perfect. Armed with a marker and a bunch of 6”x6” canvases, Walter drew and painted the first 60 monster paintings he later called Waldoodles. Each Waldoodle starts as a scribble until a unique monster emerges. The Waldoodle paintings represents finding your own creative confidence from within. The size of the paintings ranges from 6"x6" to larger paintings at 3' x 4’. Come explore these art monsters that all start from a scribble. The exhibition is also on display at the new Somerville 630 art gallery in the heart of the old east village (630 Dundas St, London, ON) from Sept 11th to Oct 17th.
This event is free.
Walter Sayers - Waldoodle Artist
Life-long doodler Walter Sayers graduated from Toronto’s George Brown College with a diploma in graphic design in 1993. After moving to London in 1995, he worked for many of the city’s top marketing and communications firms before founding Sayers Design and later teaching at Fanshawe College. Known for his fresh, off-beat aesthetic, Sayers has worked with organizations and festivals like the Thames Valley Children’s Centre, the London Regional Children’s Museum and the London Anti-Bullying Coalition. Sayers Design has also been the creative mastermind behind the London Fringe Festival’s event material for the past twenty years. Waldoodles on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/waldoodles/ Waldoodles on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/waldoodle.art/
630 Dundas St East, London, ON N5W 2Y8