Monday, April 07, 2008

Off to the Races.

Let's see where shall I begin.
Let's start with an unexpected surprise by seeing my beercap creations in a photo while perusing Facebook.
She and her friend were out on the town and she happened to be wearing these .

Apparently they attracted interest from strangers who felt compelled to inquire about

what these pins were all about.


Spring is FINALLY here...the spring bulbs are now sticking their noses out of the earth , the birds are noisy, life and renewal is abound.

My show at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto went well... sales weren't too bad, I anticipated better results-however there were alot of really good things available made by very talented local I'm happy I sold as much as I did...!

Next show is in Kitchener for Earth Day weekend I believe...
Sunday April the Kitchener City Hall
as part of living earth week. More vendors, altered book construction, painting with natural inks, robot creation, movie making, Trashion show and environmental discussion sessions ... all in Kitchener City Hall

If you dont know already the Reclaimed Craft Shows occur once a month, in different locations across city to draw interest from all communities. Following shows: May 24-25 at Heritage House in Cambridge, June potentially at Unity Church in Kitchener
The Eco-art fair also includes
“switch it + stitch it” sewing, “natural painting”, and “altered books” workshops,
environmental discussion groups and
community demonstration booths.
There may still be time if you have something to offer.
if you want to be a vendor or create an outfit for trashion show, contact: megan ( or carey (
if you have an activity, workshop or demonstration, contact: brian (
volunteers to help the event run smoothly are always welcome (contact


Then the big one in Brampton at the Rose Theatre... on Saturday May 3rd.

My art show continues at the Tequila Bookworm in Toronto showcasing vinyl record paintings and a few canvas pieces as well....

Here are some pics from recent shows!

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