David M. Sullivan has been enrolled with some arts classes on his leisure time just only the season programs withthe help of ASL interpreters. Placed his artwork to the disability workshop once every Fall season in downtown communities. Drawing and colouring by the felt pens on the drawing books while coffeeing at the coffee shops.
A few times doing the acrylic paintings at the pub called “Raw Canvass” for a fun meeting with the strange hearing visitors. They supplied the many art histories and books of the famous masters. Pencil, oil painting and charcoal drawing art works on his leisure times. Outdoor BC West Coast scenery paintings.
Some of his artworks at Douglas College, Vancouver Community College,Roundhouse Arts gallery, Vancouver Downtown Bank Gallery’s, Quebec City and Toronto. One of his oil-painted artworks 16″x20″ of a young girl sitting, Hana who later died while in the concentration camp (the documentary film “Inside Hana’s Suitcase”) was presented to her survived wartime camp other brother, George Brady after the film was ended, now resides in Toronto.