These are the result of an experiment that I did not expect to work but happily did. Until I become a machine and hone my repetitive production skills, these will be one-of-a-kind pieces.
New CN Tower and Toronto Skyline Necklaces! They are currently at the CN Tower Gift Shop in Toronto and Arts on Queen in the Beaches, and should be at most of my Toronto stockists within the next few days.
Two more of my Toronto themed handmade glass pendant necklaces, delivered to Made You Look Jewellery, Queen West, Toronto. New City Hall (Nathan Phillips Square) and the CN Tower.
I will be participating at this weekend’s Outdoor Art Show and Sale at Trinity Bellwoods Park, part of the annual Queen West Art Crawl. Saturday and Sunday, 11-6.
My booth is #I1. I’m in the northwest area right near the childrens’ playground and bathrooms. There is a map
on the QWAC website
There is a lot of great art and handmade at this show…and a fantastic selection of food vendors.
I hope that you can make it!
It was worth stepping into the Bloor/Ossington ella’s uncle just to see Jerry Waese’s paintings. And the Americano was pretty great too.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the spring addition of the The Mondo Bazaar last Saturday at The Gladstone Hotel.
I forgot to take photos but there are several at The Mondo Bazaar website and here is one courtesy of Linda from Stitch and Spoke :
Are you in Toronto?
Please visit my table at this year’s 15th Annual Swansea Craft & Bake Sale
Saturday November 21st
10am to 3pm
207 Windermere Ave
at the Swansea School and Community Centre
Saturday November 21st
I was walking home from my wall at the Gladstone Hotel this afternoon, having replenished my supply of postcards, and made a detour through local alleys for photographs of the latest alley-art and finds, when I passed by an art show that I could not pass up. The venue, the empty shell of an auto garage with the front completely open, was already inviting. The sign board on the sidewalk was the clincher. It was a print of one of Jon Reed’s paintings-an interior of a Toronto streetcar. I love the everyday and overlooked made special. My favorite is a painting of “Toronto’s Ugliest” apartment building.
Jon Reed : Day Dream Moments at Rolly's Garage