Monthly Archives: May 2010

Saint Squirrel – in progress

By | May 25th, 2010|Uncategorized|

I've been told I might go to hell for this one. I'll make sure to pack plenty of nuts. Title: Saint Squirrel: Keeper of Lost Nuts | Protector of Roadkill =  in progress. This painting was inspired by "one of our squirrels" who was hit by a car that we attempted to rescue. [...]

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Veteran Squirrel & His Bride – painting complete

By | May 12th, 2010|Art News|

Title: Veteran Squirrel and His Bride, 2010 Medium: Acrylic on Canvas Size: 18 X 24 Artist: Carollyne Yardley

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Veteran Squirrel – in progress

By | May 4th, 2010|Uncategorized|

Working in the lab - still working on this one called The Veteran Squirrel. (60)

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Canadian Artists, Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, The Gardiner Museum and The Spirit of Toronto

By | May 3rd, 2010|Art of Consumption|

We visited Toronto last week. It is perhaps my favorite Canadian city visited so far because of the art and culture, but also for the ladies who wear big hair and makeup.Now and again, I like to see some false eyelashes, and hair spritzed to the max. Toronto in April 2010, view from c5 [...]

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