During the Great Depression, many people forced off the farm hopped on freight trains, illegally, to chase after work they heard of from hundreds of miles away. If they are lucky, they would have prepared for provisions along the way, … Continue reading
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I am honoured to have some of my pieces included in the show, “The Breath Between Us” Please join me and others for the official Opening Reception on Wednesday February 21 at 6:00pm in the Cathedral. Remarks, poetry, prayer, and … Continue reading
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Search this address on Google and you get a picture of the Emergency Medical Centre. Well, this centre no longer exists. Cincinnati officials were anxious to revitalize and were selling up buildings in a hurry. A developer put the wrecking … Continue reading
In second year sculpture (2011-2012) at The Art Centre at CTS Adult Visual Arts program, our teacher, Erin Vincent, asked us to pick a piece of paper each from two jars, one was on an era and another was on … Continue reading
SALON 3 X 3 6 people; 3 artists 3 poets, in conversation about how art and poetry inspire each other. In casual conversation, the artists and poets will respond to each other’s work, read poems inspired by art, and vice … Continue reading