I've been busy making plans for summer, which seems a little ironic when we've just stepped into spring. But schedules do fill up quickly, which is why I'm letting you know about one of the summer shows where you can see me and my work in person!
The Muskoka Arts & Crafts 47th Annual Summer Show is a great three-day arts festival, on the riverfront at Annie Williams Memorial Park in Bracebridge, Ontario. This year's show dates are July 17 - 19, and will host 200 Canadian artisans and their work (including mine and my friend Arlene's, from Sewlutions by AMO (www.sewlutionsbyamo.etsy.com).
Photos of our work have made it onto the official show website! Take a peek, here:
The Muskoka region is the Ontario equivalent of New York's Hamptons -- all of the Who's Who of Toronto will escape the sticky summer weather and retreat to their palatial waterfront homes, spread along the shores of the region's three pristine lakes: Lake Muskoka, Lake Rosseau, and Lake Joseph. Here's a photo of a boathouse from the area, that won a Governor-General's Award for Architecture. Wow!