Good dark and early morning from slightly chilly Kingston, Ontario. It's 6C now, will drop to a cool 1C, then rise to a sunny 14C later. Yesterday we were back in Prince Edward County, on the studio tour again, this time with a couple of Toronto friends. We started with breakfast at a "new" (to us) restaurant, the Creekside Cafe (near the town's only traffic signal, but nowhere near any creek) in Wellington. It was fantastic! A walking tour of studios yielded a glass blowing demonstration and some mind-blowing art. Out of town we met Elaine Kent, who makes her own pigments from flowers she grows - she demonstrated the technique. The Mrs. bought a small sculpture from First Nations artist Steven Loney (and I bought one of his t-shirts). We also met, again, Terry Culbert, whose whimsical paintings never fail to amuse and inspire (he once gave me a card of the painting below, reminding us of the air training programme at Camp Picton during WWII). Quite the active day out.
Have a great day! (Have a grand day out!)
Have a marvelous Monday everyone. There’s definitely a feel of fall in the air today.
Here’s a photo of the bell tower of a local church. It was built with stones cut during the construction of Lowell’s canals. The other photo is a tribute to the workers who cut those stones. Sorry for the orientation problem. For the life of me I can't figure out how to fix that.
Edited by - OM45GE on 10/03/2022 03:11:11