Delphine Priollaud, France


Delphine Priollaud-Stoclet graduated from National School of Architecture of Paris-La Villette (ENSAPLV) as an architect in 1998. She has founded her own school near Paris, L’Atelier de la Salamandre, and she teaches drawing, painting and fine arts. She also organizes workshops all around the world to teach and promote the art of urban sketching and creative tourism.

She is the author of “Créez votre carnet de voyage, Impressions nomades” (Create your travel Sketchbook) and “I draw” (March 2015) to explain children how to draw (Créapassions edition).

Drawing the world to catch the line of life, very far or close to home, is an important part of her life, and she is filling her sketchbooks principally using chinese ink, watercolor or tempera.

Besides drawing as another way to see the world, she loves painting huge abstract canvas as a memory of visited landscapes.

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