I had a really good trip to Toronto.
(my car isn't red, I just thought it would be fun to make the drawing red)
The traffic was fine:
The weather was good:
I ate pizza:
I saw some art: Anthony Koutras at Gallery 44 Windows. I love dryer lint too!
I don't know her name, but some gal covered a room at the Gladstone with granny squares for the 'Come Up To My Room' installations.
Installation at Mercer Union, By BLG Besoin de Croire. Very cool.
Anonymous street art. yay! I did not do this. Wish I had :)
I put up some art:
Hung out with my friends:
Why didn't I take pictures at the dim-sum with Tania and friends?...Delicious...Nor did I take any picutres at the Interior Design Show ...I met Ruth Adler and it was nice to see a lot of mosaic stuff, as I recently got commisioned to do a customer's bathroom floor. It must a trendy thing right now. I got interviewed by Sarah Lazarovik who is doing a documentary short for the NFB (National Film Board). I am the 'mitten collecting expert'. Will be aired on Newsworld in April on Rough Cuts. Sometimes going to Toronto is overstimulating, so much to see, so many great friends to spend time with...Now I am back in snowy Ottawa contemplating whether I should go skating or take a nap. I need a vacation after my vacation.