Monthly Archives: May 2012

What makes a good marriage

I had some interesting conversations at the opening reception Saturday evening.  One man I talked to was interested in the paintings that used multiple panels.  He asked me why I didn’t have the panels read consecutively. Said he tried to … Continue reading

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Pictures from the Exhibition

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Divine Fragments and Diverse Changes in Truro

The opening reception is this evening.  If you are any where near the gallery, do stop in.  The address is 128 King Street.  See you there!

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Sunny days and cool nights

The trail, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. The weather was delicious over the Victoria Day weekend. Besides long hours in my studio and long walks in the woods, I attacked the weeds in my garden and made a dent in their … Continue reading

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What the (fine) print says:

IMG_2254, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Upper left (rolling from the front): You are faithful, logical, and sensible — a traditionalist who takes special joy in keeping his or her environment well regulated. Upper right (rolling from the back down): Your … Continue reading

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Life and death, again

IMG_2217, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Another funeral yesterday. It was held in Point Pleasant Park at the Gazebo. The sun was strong, as was the wind. The air cool. The ceremony was as she wished it to be, with poems, … Continue reading

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It’s a good thing I’m a paintaholic. I’m ready for an exhibit of my work anytime. And Friday I received an email from the Visual Voices Gallery in Truro, Nova Scotia (the second largest city in NS) asking if I … Continue reading

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A small matter of life and death

By the brook, originally uploaded by leyaevelyn. Lila and I took a walk on the trail by the brook today. On the way back, we stopped to rest and enjoy the stillness. As I lay on a big rock, I … Continue reading

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