Cutting the Grass


I spent most of the summer in deep denial about not going back to school. As a result I pretty much avoided painting at all costs. While working at the Anna, one of the visiting artists said to me, “Sometimes painting isn’t the right thing to do. Sometimes you have to let the grass grow.”

So I ran with that excuse for quite some time.

So now that the grass is fully grown, I’m back at it. I’ve got a new little studio in the Roy building on Barrington. I’ve just started to feel at home there, but in true Halifax style signs were put up last week. “EXECUTIVE SUITE CONDOS! BOOK YOURS TODAY!”

And so the search for a new studio begins again. Oh Halifax.



Photos of new work soon!


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