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I can't believe it's September 14th already! Where does the time go? I'm back at school and am already overwhelmed with all the work I have to do (at school and at work). Oh and at home, too. The good news is that I'm trying--key word "trying"--to schedule everything well, so that I can get everything done. I have even had time for artwork so far, but I'm sure that will change.

I have some great news, too! I just found out I'll be having a solo show at the gallery some friends of mine run (also where I sell my work) called ...industtrees at 1234 College St. I'm going to say (tentatively) that the show will open October 16th. I've got to get to work!

The theme is The Royal Family, which I've told you a bit about already. I have been working hard and scouring antique markets for "Royal" related things. Also horse and world war II related things, not completely the same theme but I have some ideas for display and I think medals and horses are pretty "royal," don't you? I've already arranged a trade for this horseshoe (nobody buy it!) My Etsy shop is emptying out a little, but I will have all the work from the show listed when it's over, unless I sell most of it, which would be nice!

So if you're in Toronto, I hope you'll come! I will post many more details and pictures of my progress later...

Comments

How very exciting! If I didn't live on the other side of the country I'd definitely come check it out.

Your website is so beautiful. It takes my breath away.

Aww, thank you both... I'm quite excited!

woow a solo show.. sounds tres exciiiting!! congrats! and hope you work hard on the whole organising thing, would love to see more of your posts/work up here on the blog :)

Oh awesome! Please remind us!!! We need to get together soon, seriously!

Oh, Aprile, how exciting it must be to have a solo show! So happy for you! If I live near Toronto, I would love to come:) I'm spreading the word on my blog. Thank you for sending me the great news!

These collages speak volumes - so much mood and expression in them. Am really in love with the foxed paper.

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