New paintings in progress. They are not coming along as fast as they could but I still feel so drained out by my last project that I feel the need to get some rest from painting.
All ready to go to Church.
With my husband - what a blessing.
One lady made the cutest mouse out of her egg.
First hand City Planning; As you know by my bio, I am completing my Master Degree in Planning...here I am planning a redesign for the Cogswell Interchange in Halifax, NS.
Since I have a Degree in Art History, here is a little Art History Lesson: Filigre (granulated wire filigre) is ornamental work of fine (typically gold or silver) wire formed into delicate tracery. This is jewlery decorated with granulation.
Waking up beside my husband is a blessing; I thank God everyday for.
Since I have a Degree in Art History, here is a little Art History Lesson: granulation is a jewellery manufacturing technique whereby a surface is covered in spherules or granules of precious metal. The technique is thought to have its origins in Sumer about 5,000 years ago. In the first millennium B.C. the technique was used by Etruscans living in present-day Italy.
In light of the Annual Dalhousie School of Planning Conference dealing with walkability and the use of public transit, I took the bus today:)
People should never judge other people's work and think that they work harder than everyone else in the world. It is OK to complain about having to work hard, but it is not OK to act like noone else is...it only shows disregard for anyone else's work. Welcome to adulthood; Plenty of people in this world work even harder.
With my husband out for some Thai food. Amazing decorations and taste. The food is literally on fire. I cherish every minute with my husband - the love of my life.
Cooking up some mean Chinese dish. I love cooking for him. (Vegetarian)
Was asked to do a show but my husband objected to it. He knows what is best for me and I trust him all the way.
Looks like cool space for an art show. My museum will definitely need a room like this one.
Time for me to educate you about art. Art History Lesson: em·boss - to carve, mold, or stamp a design on (a surface) so that it stands out in relief.
Just look at this inlaid embossed box...it is absolutely amazing.
A little Art History Lesson: I absolutely love ancient craft and how it is full of designs with little gemstones and carefully crafted designs.
While I am at my favourite coffee place, having a coffee with my husband - a little Art History Lesson: Cuneiform is a system of writing first developed by the ancient Sumerians of Mesopotamia c. 3500-3000 BCE. It is considered the most significant among the many cultural contributions of the Sumerians and the greatest among those of the Sumerian city of Uruk which advanced the writing of cuneiform c. 3200 BCE
Cooking up a storm for my husband. I love cooking for him. (Vegetarian Pasta)
At the Annual Dalhousie School of Planning Conference inside the Carmichael Conference Hall, with my husband, attending a lecture by Andres Rohl dealing with public transit.
My husband giving an engineering presentation at the Westin Hotel in Halifax. I am so proud of him.
Last time I wanted to give my husband a painting lesson. This time my husband wanted to teach me how to golf...and I actually want to take up golf now.
At a vegetarian restaurant with my husband in Halifax, NS...
My husband who is also my manager needs to know what it takes to make a painting...I don't think he understands the work that goes into it...So here it is...his first lesson in painting.
My husband doing the Quality Control thing...he is very maticulous
Welcome to 2017. Let us help one another get throuh this year. Let us be friendlier and kinder.
All fur worn by me in these photos is compassion fur = fake fur...Spread the love and be animal friendly. Do not wear fur from animals...it is cruel.