Changing Gears

The Fort Saskatchewan Families’ First Society recently moved into a new home, a newly-renovated former RCMP detachment. There was a lot of work to do to transform the building into a family-friendly space, and a lot of fundraising to make it happen. 

So, after Night of Artists last month I quickly change gears into “mural mode”.

As a tribute to the many (MANY!) donors, I volunteered my time to create a donor tree in the front lobby of their beautiful building. This mural was finally unveiled last week. 

 

...I still can't believe people let me paint on their walls
The completed donor wall at the Fort Saskatchewan Families First Society
 
It was a privilege to help out a group that does so much for our community and the families within it. It’s a community I am proud to call home. 

Now, it’s time to change gears again. My studio is still a disaster from “last-minute show-prep mode”. Time to clean up and get back down to work. I’ve got some fun new projects ahead. 

 

Silk painting supplies from the Paint Spot
Silk painting, anyone?
 
Coming up for me:

May: Family vacation in Jasper (bring my watercolours!)

June: Art and Faith retreat

July: Whyte Avenue Art Walk

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