Congratulations to the winner of my giveaway, Susan C.!
Susan will be picking out her choice of pendant from my Etsy shop.
In Toronto? This weekend I’ll be participating in ‘The Art Show” in Scarborough. 27 artists. Wonderful garden setting. May 25&26 … TheArtShowToronto.ca
Here is a small sample of the new batch of pendants just delivered to Freedom Clothing Collective (on Bloor at Ossington) today.
I just missed the Google Street View camera car but Closed Until Further Notice stepped in and semi-immortalized my residential storefront home studio, decorated with my art-school painting…along with many other charming storefronts.
Imagine me working very hard on the other side of this window…or watching a dvd!
Please visit and tell your friends!
Red Pegasus 628 College St at Grace,
Arts on Queen 2198 Queen St E Beaches
Made You Look Accessories 1273 Queen St W, Parkdale (south side)
Wise Daughters 3079 Dundas St W at Quebec Ave, Junction
Fresh Collective 401 Roncesvalles Ave
Fresh Collective 692 Queen St West (between Bathurst and Ossington)
Fresh Collective 274 Augusta, Kensington Market
El Pipil 267 Danforth, East of Broadview
Freedom Clothing Collective 939 Bloor St West of Ossington
Beadle 1582 Dundas St W at Brock
Clay Design Harbord St at Brunswick
Trying to familiarize myself with twitter today. I’ve had an account for awhile but I don’t get it. How do people keep track of all those tweets? Some people tweet several times a day – links to new items or etsy treasuries. Apparently, I’m supposed to alternate between interesting and perhaps humorous observations and the spammy item links. Hmm.
Came across this post and am decided to follow the instructions provided on how to do a twitter giveaway. Of course, I only have 40 followers to start- all doing what I do – but we’ll see how it goes!
One week later I am finally unpacked from last weekend’s Queen West Art Crawl. Thank you to everyone who visited my booth! I don’t do many shows but the Trinity Bellwoods Outdoor Art Show is practically in my back yard and is new enough to be exciting and established enough to draw a serious crowd. It’s a also a nice place to spend two days. This year I saw a lot of people walking away with what looked like serious fine art purchases. Toae watch out!
But the highlight of the show this year? Besides the weather, which was fantastic, and besides the beautiful guitar music…it was the food. I am still thinking about the pulled pork sandwiches from Lou Dawgs, and the yummy dumplings and egg rolls from another food vendor. I want more!