Frescoes of the Paysages en série project to discover along the cycle path
Five panoramic frescoes of the Paysages en série project were installed last Friday along the cycle path in the presence of the Suttonnais artist Stéphane Lemardelé who illustrated it. As part of the Blue Muse Village Tour, they will be on display until July in Sutton, before moving to the other participating municipalities of the MRC.
You can thus admire the illustrations of the five great landscapes characterized in the Atlas des paysages de Brome-Missisquoi, produced by the firm Les Mille Lieux: the St. Lawrence Lowlands, the Appalachian Piedmont, the Appalachian Bars and Corridors, Mont Brome and the Appalachian Massifs. These frescoes are an invitation to view the five episodes of the web series online on paysagesenserie.com. These five stories, made up of maps, photos, illustrations and videos, reveal the composition and history of the Brome-Missisquoi landscapes.
Remember that the l’Atlas des paysages de Brome-Missisquoi and Paysages en série received the 2021 Award of Excellence from the Association of Landscape Architects of Canada (AAPC), Planning and Analysis category. In addition, on February 10, our Member of Parliament and Minister Isabelle Charest made a statement to the National Assembly praising the Atlas and Paysages en série and congratulating its actors. She spoke of a “touching web-series […] where the county’s panoramas are beautifully showcased by […] Stéphane Lemardelé’s drawings.
Declaration of MP and Minister Isabelle Charest on February 10, 2021