Simple Things

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Well, I am about to do it. I’m about to do something that absolutely terrifies me. I am exhilarated, titillated, nauseated and excited. What, you ask, am I talking about? I’m about to participate in an art exhibition.

A dear friend had the idea and I decided to take the plunge. A great deal of my art work is going to be on display in a little century home configured for that purpose. If you are in the neighbourhood I would love to see you. To all of my friends who live across ponds, lakes and sees . . . . please wish me well!

 

Simple Things

   An art exhibit at:

The Sovereign House

7 West River St.

Oakville, Ontario

905 – 825– 5552

http://www.brontehistoricalsociety.ca/

July 9, 10, 13, 2016

Open 1-4
Sat, Sun, Wed.

Directions

From the QEW Hwy take the Bronte Road (Hwy 25) exit

Go South to Lakeshore Road and turn West

West River Street is the first street after you cross the bridge, go South about 1/4 km

There is a large parking lot with a walking path to Sovereign House

 

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39 thoughts on “Simple Things

  1. Jnana Hodson

    I’m sure it will be a memorable experience. Somehow a work of art takes on a new dimension when you remove it from the studio and see it instead in a new setting. It look will different on a wall in a house, for one thing. You’ve already seen what happens when you post an image in your blog. And it will look different in a gallery show, as you’re doing. And it would look quite different in a museum. May it all open new understanding and stimulation for your ongoing practice.
    For that matter, a piece of writing changes, too, depending on the environment, as it goes from a manuscript page (or these days, a computer screen) to a small-press journal or blog post or galley sheets for a book or a newspaper or magazine page or, should it happen, an actual book.
    Best of all, you’ll get to share in a community — people will see and feel things you never imagined. Not just friends, either, but strangers may be moved or offer encouragement or insight.
    We’re looking forward to reading your report of your experience. Cheers!

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  2. Mark Lanesbury

    Heeey Pam….well done, and good luck. Love and light for your journey…now just breeeeeathe and let what is natural inside flow, it has all been built from the love that is you, it cannot be anything else 🙂

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  3. Sunshine Jansen

    Ooh, a fantastic plunge to take! Like everyone else here that is unluckily distant, I wish I could be there! Always best to see visual art in person. Huzzah!

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