Monthly Archives: October 2014

Momentary reality

  Sometimes it feels useful, even necessary, to stay away from my studio. Give myself enough time to feel that overwhelming need to paint, to fill up with a big need so that when the balloon bursts onto the canvases, … Continue reading

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Great review!

VISUAL VIEWPOINTS: Leya Evelyn’s thoughtful, entrancing abstracts yield layers of meaning ELISSA BARNARD ARTS REPORTER | VISUAL VIEWPOINTS Published October 16, 2014 – 5:31pm It Happens There 5, by Leya Evelyn, is in her exhibit, Impossible Possibilities, at Secord Gallery, … Continue reading

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Pictures from the exhibition

A few photos from my current exhibit at the Secord Gallery in Halifax.  

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More dog-eared thoughts

  The past few months have seemed like years: time has been elongated without Lila. At first I didn’t know what to do with all those hours I had spent with her every day, walking, playing, cooking, caring. She was … Continue reading

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Born November 10, 2005; Died June 23, 2014 She was such an important part of my life for the past eight years.  I miss her strong-willed intelligence, her playful nature, her curiosity and constant need for something new to discover. … Continue reading

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