To let you know what to expect, I am a full-time artist who is limited to producing a few artworks of outstanding quality.
I am represented by the Martello Alley gallery in Kingston, which, if Tripadvisor is to be believed, happens to be one of the most reviewed attractions in Kingston. It is owned and run by my old friend, David Dossett. It also happens to be unlike any gallery I know of, and is a place of energy and commitment to the community.
I also participate on a mostly-annual basis in StreetsAlive, based in Orillia Ontario. It is a celebration of how art can vitalize a downtown core, (it is committed to Celebrating outdoor, public art all summer long in Orillia)! More about all that that later.
And so, to better inform you of my latest, intrepid endeavor to make art the core of this blog (!) I will let you know about my participation in an outstanding fundraiser for our local art museum, the Orillia Museum of Art and History (affectionately known as OMAH). 100 x 100 was an open call to 100 artists to submit works (6" square) to sell for $100 each. More specifically, those patrons with a ticket will have the guarantee of taking home some art! - See more at: 100 Artworks and, if you live locally, please attend April 15th for a chance to bring home a great work. (My submission above)