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Age: Generation X’er Current Residence: Truro, Nova Scotia Married: I have one husband. Children: Two: our daughter’s name means “LIFE” and our son’s name means “PEACE” and so we have a peaceful life. Highest level of education: BSc Honour’s in Chemistry from Carleton University in Ottawa Why Chemistry? My chemistry professor in 2nd year said […]
I received a letter yesterday from the Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage informing me that my application had been successful for the Nova Scotia Art Bank Purchase Program…and they have purchased TOILET LADY …or Morning Routine, which coincidentally is the rug I just mentioned in the previous post. So, I am a happy camper […]
My first year at the Nova Scotia Folk Art Festival, a woman asked me, “Do you have a studio? My “studio” is the third bedroom/ex-toyroom and I didn’t quite know how to answer her question. When I think studio, I think big space, exposed brick, high ceilings and a comfy couch with a funky throw. […]
A selection of rugs is now available at Harvest Gallery in Wolfville NS. To view the entire collection go to www.harvestgallery.ca I feel very fortunate to be with Harvest Gallery as the gallery represents artists like Alex Colville, Holly Carr and Alan Bateman to name a few. Thanks to gallery owner, Lynda MacDonald!
A selection of rugs will be available in March at Jonathan Otter’s Gallery, Hwy 311 Earltown (on the road between Truro and Tatamagouche, just past Sugar Moon Farm). Jonathan is a wonderful furniture maker and I am thrilled to have my work in his gallery. Jonathan Otter’s gallery site is www.jonathanotter.com