Drawing ~The Work of Jeremy Collins at Banff

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As we’re winding up our time here at the Banff Centre there are constant reminders of enduring moments spent making cleaver expressions of mountain culture. Outside of the MacLab Bistro in the Kenner Centre of Creativity and Innovation a massive video display greets visitors with an exciting presentation of light and color as my fellow artist in residence Jeremy Collins does what he does best ~ draw.

In this amazing video Jeremy sketches and paints a remarkable image on glass. Performing with great skill and talent over more than seven hours his process is sped up and compressed to a breathtaking span of 4 minutes. As a prelude to his new feature film Drawn which premiered at the Banff Mountain Film Festival and will be include in the World Tour, Jeremy shares his view of humanity’s relationship with nature.

The Joy Trip Project is made possible thanks to the support of The Banff Mountain Film & Book Festival, Film Festival Flix and fans on Patreon.com

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I'm a freelance journalist that specializes in telling stories about outdoor recreation, environmental conservation, acts of charitable giving and practices of sustainable living.

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