A Conversation
on Style

What is style? Google tells us that it is a distinctive appearance, typically determined by the principles according to which something is created.

O.K… But how do we get there? How do we know this is it?

During this panel discussion, we will dig deep into the topic of style. How does one find it, cultivate it, evolve it? Join us for a conversation with three amazing creative women and leave feeling inspired to discover your own true creative voice.

Speakers:

Chelsea Nelson
Independent Graphic Designer & Illustrator

Ayla Labelle
Graphic & Motion Designer

Stephanie Boutari
Artist & Muralist

Motion Graphic and Design by Ayla Labelle

Thursday, July 22 at 7pm
On Zoom - Link available on Eventbrite after registration
Price: minimum donation of 1$ (this will help us cover some of the costs attributed to running online events, thank you!)

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Ottawa Design Club
@heychelsstudio
Chelsea Nelson
Independent Graphic Designer & Illustrator

Chelsea (she/her) is an independent designer and illustrator based in Kemptville, Ontario. Her specialties are branding, illustration, art direction and web design, and where appropriate, bringing an illustrated feel to her projects. Chelsea has extensive experience working with a wide range of organizations and brands, and has worked both as an in-house designer and within agency environments. When not designing, you can find her with hanging out with her dog and cat, iPad in hand, catching the latest thriller series – probably snacking on peanut butter.

Ottawa Design Club
@alabelle.design
Ayla Labelle
Graphic & Motion Designer

Ayla is a graphic designer specializing in motion design. She loves being challenged with communicating an idea through compelling visuals, and getting lost in the creative process is what really sets her soul on fire. Whether it be through motion design, videography or post-production editing, she thrives from keeping things in motion.

Ottawa Design Club
@stephboutari
Stephanie Boutari
Artist & Muralist

Stephanie Boutari is an artist and muralist based in the region of Waterloo. Her artwork is strongly influenced by her background in architectural design, often employing geometric abstraction, visual depth, gradients, and bold, vibrant colours to engage the viewer through a play on visual perception.

Boutari began painting murals while studying architecture at the University of Waterloo. After graduating from the master's program in 2014, she worked as an architectural designer while pursuing mural work independently. In 2017, she shifted her practice to art full-time. Her murals can be found in numerous commercial and public spaces throughout Waterloo Region, London, Toronto and other cities in Southern Ontario.

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A Conversation On Style - English