It has been Quite the Week. There was a more-or-less last-minute switch-about at work, which meant that I got to go to a conference in Montreal about HIV and housing, from Tuesday to Friday. Since I wasn’t going to be here for my son’s birthday, I switched his birthday dinner to Monday night.
We had [...]
Here are some of my babies.
Kazoo and Duncan
The theme of the group art show currently at the John Patrick Mills Gallery on Hinchey Street was LOVE. I should have created some living lovebird art. I didn’t think of it until we were already there.
Here’s Jennifer, who works at the art program [...]
On Wednesday night GC and I attended the 3rd annual Everybody’s Art Show at Irene’s Pub. If you’re not familiar with the concept, it’s brilliant and it goes like this: everybody, especially the regulars, is encouraged to submit works of art to the show. You don’t have to be an artist; in fact, most people [...]
Last year several people said they wished I’d blogged about Timeraisers before the event instead of after, because they would have gone if they’d known about it.
So here you go: It’s happening this Saturday November 13th, 8:00 p.m., at the National Gallery. Tickets are $20. Franklin’s Fault will be providing musical entertainment. Cash bar. Dress [...]
I’ve been a little delinquent on the blogging front lately because my brain fell out.
Meanwhile, life has continued to unravel as life does, and now I’ve got a bit of a backlog of things to blog about.
For example. Last night GC and I went to Paul Dewar’s art auction for Haiti at the Cube [...]
We went to Everybody’s Art Show at Irene’s Pub last night.
I love the all-inclusive concept: everybody is invited to create and donate art for this event. Everybody! So for weeks ahead of time, artists and non-artists alike are busy making art for the main event, which is a silent auction. Most, but not all, of [...]
Wooden cut-out art for children in the back room of the CUBE Gallery
GC and I went to my favourite art show of the year yesterday: Great Big Smalls, at the Cube Gallery. It’s amazing how much little wee art can be packed in there.
We actually went during the day, hours before the vernissage, because [...]
It was a busy, busy weekend, including a brief trip to Montreal, the TimeRaisers event on Saturday night, and the Vintage Clothing Sale on Sunday, with knitting, novel-writing, novel-reading and breakfast eating crammed into random little pockets of time.
TimeRaiser was even better this year than last, because they simplified and streamlined the whole thing. It’s [...]
Lying on the couch all the time – reading, writing, and knitting – is wonderful in its own way, but sometimes I have this burning need to go out and do something else, just to keep it wonderful.
Yesterday we did the Perth Autumn Studio Tour. It’s on today and tomorrow too, if you’re [...]
Here are a couple of yummy little tidbits of upcoming fun.
Burlesque Life Drawing Comes to Ottawa!
When many artists think “life drawing,” they think of sterile rooms,
bad lighting, and bored, silent, models with nary a hint of
personality. Dr. Sketchy’s Anti Art School is here to change all
Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School is the little New York [...]