“Strata” at Workers’ Art & Heritage Centre…

June 4, 2007

I’ve just finished setting up my solo show at The Workers’ Art & Heritage Centre on Stuart Street in Hamilton. What a GREAT building this is!! Located in the old Customs House at 51 Stuart Street, it has had quite a history since its erection in 1860. Not only has the building been used for the local customs agency, but it’s done time as a martial arts centre and macaroni factory.

But best of all, it’s haunted! Check the story on Haunted Hamilton to find out more…

The Fine Line Artists are having their second group exhibition, this time hosted by yours truly at The Jitterbug Cafe in Waterdown, Ontario. This is the first time the group has shown in Canada and will be a rare opportunity for many of you to see some truly amazing artwork so close to home. The theme is centred around “Portals” and features smaller-sized works, matted, framed and ready to hang. The show runs throughout June.


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