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Rambling On: Extra Fuel On My Fire

Rambling On: Extra Fuel On My Fire
As if I didn’t have enough to do at this time of year, I had to add fuel to the fire by taking a card making course at Sketchbook Skool. No, it’s not one of those ones where you cut and paste one piece of paper onto another, or stamp the words. It was a two week course on how... Read More

Rambling On: Playing While I Learn

Rambling On: Playing While I Learn
I often post my artwork online. I’m no pro but I’m having fun learning and discovering what I can and cannot do.  I have sometimes been called brave as I try so many things but really, I don’t see the point of just doing what I am already good at. For instance, when I discover I’m having a problem rendering... Read More

Rambling On: Merrickville Library Adult Art Workshop

Rambling On: Merrickville Library Adult Art Workshop
Last month I saw an ad in the local newsletter that offered something to do with adult art at the library. There has often been art for children, but this was the first time I’d ever seen anything for adults being offered there. I e-mailed the library to get more information and sign up. The librarian got back to me... Read More

ArtScene Features “The Face of God” and “A Look at Nature” for October

ArtScene Features “The Face of God” and “A Look at Nature” for October
Spencerville – ArtScene Spencerville has two shows being featured at the gallery during October. “The Face of God” and “A Look at Nature.” “The Face of God” – Featuring new works by Violet Storto. At ArtScene Spencerville, 11 Spencer St, Spencerville, from September 28th to October 30th. Meet the artist on October 2nd between 2 pm and 4:00 pm. “A... Read More

Vintage Cameras on Display at South Dundas Municipal Centre

Vintage Cameras on Display at South Dundas Municipal Centre
South Dundas – Image of word Art A new round of the South Dundas Art Hanging Program and display has begun. The initiative that began in 2014 has now seen over 14 participants and 4 displays. With the help of local photographer Clayton Mockler, cameras from the 1930s to the 1980s are on exhibit. Although the cameras are not necessarily... Read More