Saturday, March 03, 2007

Saturday Chore

This is the view this morning outside my front door. Maybe later, when the coffee is finished and I'm feeling a little more energetic, I'll venture out and give you a view of what faces us in our drive way. My back aches just thinking about it. In case you haven't guessed, I have a camera for the weekend. I'll be running around snapping all sorts of things that I have been up to lately. Because I have been doing. Including weaving my first wheel spun skeins into a scarf! I am also working on a couple of things for a faculty show at the school. It is a curated exhibition, so I have no idea if what I submit will be chosen, but it won't be chosen if I don't submit anything. This year is "The Year Of Craft" and in honor of that, The Beaverbrook Art Gallery in town here is going to have an exhibition of the Craft College Faculty work. You may have heard of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery because it has been in the news lately.There is a court battle going on right now about the ownership of over 100 paintings worth millions of dollars. To make a long story short, the board of directors says that the paintings were donated to the province of New Brunswick by the late Lord Beaverbrook, and the current Lord Beaverbrook (the late LB's grandson) says that they have only been on loan and he wants them back so that he can sell them to raise some money to pay for repairs to his summer home. There is a lot more to it than that, but there is the story in a nut shell. You can guess who's side I'm on.

And do you remember The Pink Thing? We have found another way to wear it! It's like a fuzzy pink evening gown. If only they made one in my size!


Margene said...

Those Lords can be so self serving. Bleh.
The snow is so beautiful, despite its inconvenience.
The pink thing is so chic!

Teyani said...

I just bet he'd love to get his hands on grandad's paintings. how pitiful.
Such a beautiful snow storm. Glad you have something lovely to work on.
You should definitely make an entry to the show!
and that pink thing.... ohh la-la ! (grin)

Anonymous said...

what a doll...go get em' sugar...

Cheryl said...

Yep, there's a part of me that misses the snow. Perhaps not that amount of it in one go, but still, it truly is a lovely sight to look at and a great reason to stay inside with a pile of fibre.

Give that little'un a string of glass beads and some heels and I think she'd ready for the nightlife!