|PEI Potatoes from the red earth.|
|Catherine & Dennis - Shoemakers to the Stars!|
The fall colours were out and even with the drizzle I fell in love with this neighbourhood...a little like my own though ours grew up around the Kingston Penitentiary!
|Metal art weather vane atop a barn.|
|Barn under the weather vane...we thought it might make a great studio!|
Here I am with Catherine with Quebec city in the background across the river.
Sadly I had to leave my little sojourn in their lovely French household (in their 1880's house) to head to Montreal.
I had an appointment with Roxana at L'ARTelier du Village in Point-Claire QC where she now has some of my work. I already have an order to make up a smaller version of one of my knits.
Roxana has been open for nine years and really is a go getter and has a wonderful array of art work both fine and wearables and other unusual work. She has made a great effort to stay in touch and I'm looking forward to more business with her.
I made it through the city traffic to my friends John & DJ for dinner. John is the founder and the Marr half of macmarr.com guitars, a successful Dragon's Den entry! I remember him from high school and college days and forty odd years later and reconnecting I was so happy I could visit with him and is lady DJ for an evening and catch up.
|Forty years on!|
Coming home my next task was to work up to our new venture the Kingston Chamber Ensemble for whom I built the web site and am in charge of the online ticket sales, emails, flowers for the stage at Currie Hall etc. Now that the first concert is safely and successfully over I'm concentrating on the orders and work that seems to be coming in!
Back to the studio.