Oddments #2

We may have passed the Spring Equinox already, but in my part of the world, it’s still winter. Full on snowstorms, complete with closed highways and multi-car accidents this past week. Oh. And shovelling. So. Much. Shovelling. Enough to make me want to burn a hole in my credit card and go someplace tropical. Still, […]

Oddments: #1

Noun 1. oddment – a piece of cloth that is left over after the rest has been used or sold remnant, remainder, end fag end – the frayed end of a length of cloth or rope piece of cloth, piece of material – a separate part consisting of fabric 2. oddment – something unusual — perhaps worthy of collecting curio, curiosity, oddity, peculiarity, rarity object, physical object – […]

I’ve got mail …

Sometimes, I feel like I belong to another age, another time. While I fully embrace new technologies and their potential as tools, I do have a deep and abiding affection for the different sort of reality that ‘old school’ methods of doing things embody: Books, especially hardbound; The sensual pleasure of the paper, the smell […]

Extended!

Just received some lovely news: the exhibition of 21st Century Nesting Practices has been extended … until APRIL 19 2013. So – if you are in Toronto, or travelling through Toronto in the next while, stop by: Fleishman Gallery 79a Harbord Street Toronto ON

YORK …

There’s been a great deal going on lately … making things, burning things!, making other things, writing exhibition proposals … fighting the mother of all colds as well (this is how I spent my weekend). One of the things that has been keeping me busy of late has been a project I’m working on with […]