Sea to Sky Community Services supports Community Living programs and initiatives.
We all have different gifts and abilities! SSCS’s Community Living program provides pre-employment skill development and employment support to adults with developmental disabilities. Four artistic clients created and sold their Art Cards this past November during the Squamish ArtWalk. The initiative was so successful, it’s expanded! Art Cards are now available to purchase at the following locations and all proceeds go directly to the artists.
Little Book Shop Squamish
Precision Optical Squamish
Tourism Squamish Store at Adventure Centre Squamish
Arts Whistler Store at Millennium Place Whistler
Nesters Market Whistler
Meet the artists and entrepreneurs below:
Meet Brandon Landry,who likes doing art projects that bring out his heritage and culture.
crayon on paper
coloured felt on paper
coloured felt on paper
“Black Wolf Eclipse”
acrylic paint on paper.
“Art makes me feel happy and creative.” His smile lights up a room and his stunning artwork is sure to brighten your day.
Meet Bryce Forsyth, a young adult with autism, who loves to draw. Bryce is an artist and entrepreneur who has found a medium to express his incredible talent… Tiktok!
“Tree Frog” crayons
“Soar” coloured pencils
“Springtime” coloured felt on paper:
Meet Sarah Colpitts, who likes to draw Angel Animals. Not only does Sarah have a great sense of humour, she is one of our featured artists in the Squamish Art Walk this November. Her Art Cards will be on display and available for purchase at Sea to Sky Community Services throughout the month of November, for $3 each.
“Drawing helps me feel happy! I have been drawing for 30 years; I started on the walls!”
Meet Erik Barcotti, an artist and entrepreneur who likes to paint and write, especially with his family.
Erik is one of our featured artists in the Squamish ArtWalk this November. His Art Cards will be on display and available for purchase at Sea to Sky Community Services throughout the month of November, for $3 each.
Click here to check out his work.
SSCS Community Living program provides pre-employment skill development and employment support to adults with developmental disabilities. This card project is an entrepreneurial initiative to support our artists in promoting their art as well as creating an alternative stream of income.