I love Cedar Groves – as I child I had a few I used as forts – they are wild houses. This one is near my parent’s and as Spring is here – the Grove holds the last of the Winter’s snow.
I have been looking out my balcony for years and have enjoyed many sunrises. Now that they are building large apartment towers next to us, my view is temporary – still time to enjoy. I am trying out my Stitch Program – so some are 2 to more images together.
I have been driving for a long time and often see great groups of people or light on buildings as I go – wishing I could take that shot. But driving and camera use are hard to do together! So I use the red lights and this actually makes the waiting tolerable. It has now become – ‘I hope I get the red light’!
I honestly love both. This was a productive summer and I am still thinking of projects to be started. I am preparing canvases and still focused on art on paper. School classes are almost in full gear. Thank goodness they didn’t start all the same week. I feel a bit overwhelmed and more focused on the classes – preparing class material and thinking about my student’s needs. Teaching is invigorating and it takes time from my work. I’ve been to the Alex Colville Art Show at the AGO 2x’s already – am going again this week and plan to see it at least 3 more x’s before it leaves Toronto in January. My son and his friend viewed the show last weekend and were very impressed. Lets hear it for great art. It has inspired me to pursue my figurative work.
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