Sunday, October 28, 2007

A busy drawing weekend!
It was COLD drawing in Churchill Square on Friday and Saturday night at the Movies in the Square but it was good. With all the event drawing that I do now I get a bit spoiled with cushy chairs, beautiful, luxurious venues and warm, inviting homes to draw in. Sometimes its actually good to be out "in the elements"— braving the weather as a true street artist, to remind me of just how lucky I am.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Who you gonna call?

Hey, this weekend I will once again be drawing FREE cartoon portraits as pre-movie entertainment in Churchill Square from 6-8 p.m. Yes, that's (eek!) OUTSIDE, for Movies on the Square
If you are in Edmonton its a somewhat quirky idea but FUN...check it out...details below

Movies on the Square
October 26-27, Sir Winston Churchill Square
Bring your favourite lawn chair to Churchill Square this weekend and catch movies on a three-storey inflatable screen.
The fun begins at 6 pm with roving magicians, a caricature artist, costume contests, DJ spinning music and a pumpkin-carving display.
A warm fire will keep everyone toasty.
Movie time is 8 pm.
Friday, October 26: Ghostbusters (PG, 100 minutes)
Saturday, October 27: Casper (PG, 105 minutes)
It's FREE!
Remember to bring your own lawn chair and join in on the fun. All age groups welcome.
To find out more, visit

Monday, October 08, 2007

September was a crazy month but things finally seem to be settling down nicely. I've been painting and journaling SO much (for my own sanity) this past month and it feels so good to take a deep breath again. I can see land ahead and it looks pretty good! My creative journal class at Artra began this past week and its wonderful to see so many familiar faces back.

I'm thankful for my Mark, the three little people who call me Mom, blank books, old friends, red wine, deep breaths, and the colour green. I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!