Monthly Archives: October 2009

Halifax explodes: with art, family and friends

Saturday night a lot of the city was alive with artwork.  Galleries, streets, windows, busses, all sported the message that the arts, and interest in the arts, was alive and well in Halifax.  People of all ages and interests wandered … Continue reading

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It’s Christmas in my studio

My gallery in Toronto returned a lot of work yesterday. This morning I unwrapped all the paintings from their bubble wrap.  So I guess this means I don’t have a functioning gallery in Toronto at the moment!   But it … Continue reading

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The Great Man

A friend lent me a book saying she kept thinking of me while she read it. My first impression of the book was it was lightweight, easily written, not much depth. But as I continued to read, I understood what … Continue reading

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Picking up the pieces

I saw The Gleaners and I, a documentary film by Agnes Varda, earlier this week. Two years after the movie was made, Varga did a followup. One of the men from the original film, a man who was probably not … Continue reading

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A shaggy dog story

Lila and I went to Point Pleasant Park this afternoon for a long walk. It had been raining hard for twenty-four hours but the sun finally came out and it was very pleasant. On our travels we met a couple … Continue reading

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Pix from PEI

I finally got my camera back so I could unload my photos. Here are a few from last weekend. First, taking off from Caribou, N.S., on the ferry to PEI. Our midnight birthday party: Images of Anne: of autumn: and … Continue reading

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