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Review: In Mary's Garden by Tina and Carson Kugler

In Mary’s Garden by Tina & Carson Kugler (InfoSoup)

This picture book biography of Mary Nohl, a Wisconsin artist, tells the story of her first creations of large art. 253 more words

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There is no doubt that Open Studio and Art Trail events globally are growing in number and popularity every year. No two events are the same in look, feel or organisation, but they all have a common goal: to bring local artists together and provide a showcase for their work within the community and artist studio environment and create traffic to their doorsteps. 589 more words

Sunday Evening Art Gallery -- Willard Wigan

Willard Wigan might not be a familiar name to many of us, but once you see his work you will never forget it.

Willard Wigan is an English Sculptor from Ashmore Park Estate, England. 218 more words

Sunday Evening Art Gallery

A New Place for Sculpture

Last night, I went to Bellingham,  to attend the preview party at the newest  gallery space dedicated to showing regional sculpture.

Located a few doors down, from the red brick building housing the… 160 more words

Solid As A Rock - The Art of Mopho Gonde

Mopho Gonde, once a diamond in the rough, today ranks among the finest wildlife art carvers in world.

Rising next to Mopho Gonde is another beauty born by 926 more words

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Cirque It! – The Distillery District, Toronto – May 21, 2015

By Matthew Bamber


What do you get when you throw fashion designers, technology makers, and circus performers into a melting pot of creativity? You get Cirque-It; a wearable tech fashion circus that welcomes audiences of all kinds to witness the advancements in the fields of wearable technology for entertainment performers. 327 more words


..on some cake..

During the last 3 to 2 weeks, I got a lot more into cake blogs/instagrams.
And pugs, but that is a different story :D

I don’t know how familiar you are with the Facebook groups and the trouble it is to have a Facebook page, but basically, since it is difficult to find an audience without using ads, groups have been build up to help each other out by liking the pages of group members. 464 more words