I was very pleased to see this wide array of subjects that they portrayed in paint.
I was also extremely pleased to see that people of different religions participated and there seemed to be a real spirit of fellowship between the different artists.
|A shot taken from the entrance of the garden|
|The fabulous young musician - multi talented|
|I think I heard his name was Ryan|
|A general view|
|The fellow in the orange shirt was the judge - he is a visual artist|
It was difficult to find shade in the garden and the sun was extremely hot. I sat with a lady whom I had seen at the weekly concerts last summer. We introduced ourselves. A friend of hers came over and I recognized her face but didn't remember where I knew her from. It was June who worked with me at the Catholic Family Services. She worked at outreach services and I worked as a senior peer councillor.
She told me that two of the ladies who left there have started their own moving company and are specializing in moving seniors. I know both of these ladies and if I ever move, I will certainly contact them as I like both of them. I worked with them for over four years and we never had a cross word!
What a small world it is.
My friend Jennifer came as well so we found a little patch of shade and sat together. Had a lovely time and it was well worth going to see.
Congratulations to Liz Corey who organized this event.