For the most part, I've been trying to focus on the really simple things. Those truly, simple, sweet moments that I'm usually too scatterbrained and hurried to barely give a glance to. I wish I could say that I'm always succeeding at this...somehow I still get caught up in the 'getting there' mindset instead of enjoying the journey. I really must try harder. These first few pics are from the last few days of spring; I didn't realize until after I choose them that they all have a water theme...another recurring theme as of late.
|A solitary white duck lazing about in the shade next to a pond.|
|Mushrooms that popped up on a mulch pile the day after a rainstorm.|
|Dew drops at the local city garden.|
|Seaweed, the Sea Serpent|
|Seaweed with a denizen of Enchanted Ground|
One of the attendees of Faery Fest, who had the most amazing costume I must say, posed with Seaweed!
Women's Art Network of Toronto
OPENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION- FRIDAY JULY 31st 7-9pm
83 Walnut Ave Toronto
SHOW: July 29th- August 12th
What happens when artists create works that expand beyond one dimension? Do multiple dimensions affect the way art is viewed, the space it occupies within a traditional gallery and how observers interact with the pieces?
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Hope to see you there!