Saturday, January 20, 2018

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Yes, that’s right - summer is coming. Although the skies might be a tad grey right now, there will be at least one week where we can sit outside in the sunshine (if we pray). Unpredictability aside, it’s time you took a look at the front of your house to assess the damage that winter may have wreaked. Whether it’s welcoming you home from work or inviting guests in for a visit, the front of your house creates the first impression of your home so it’s important to make it appealing. Here are some easy ideas to get you started and, hopefully, inspired.

Create a Path

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bG Gallery hosts a group show titled “Three-Winged Chrysalis” to celebrate its new gallery at Bergamot Station. The exhibit opens this Saturday, May 24th and brings together artists exploring worlds in flux, depicting subjects caught between two states. Shifting perspectives tilt familiar landscapes, ordinary objects appear in unexpected places and routine rites of passage are turned into peculiar rituals. Presented with imagery of unresolved transformation, the viewer must anticipate what the final form will be, offering their own unconscious an opportunity to fill in the blanks.

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This Saturday, April 26th the work of renowned photographer J.J. L’Heureux will be featured in a group exhibition at G2 Gallery entitled “On the Brink." Showcasing images of over 200 endangered species by twenty-five renowned photographers, the exhibit was timed to run during both Earth Day and the 50th anniversary of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List.

Curated by gallery director Jolene Hanson, L’Heureux has worked with Hanson in several other group shows at G2 Gallery as well as two additional one-person shows. “To participate with... Read More

A lot of photographers today express their desire to explore editorial photography. There can be a lot of reasons for this, such as broadening their skills, adding to their portfolio, or simply, for getting more assignments. Whatever the reasons, one thing that every budding photographer needs to remember is that the competition in editorial photography is cutthroat, and one really needs to be the best at what he is doing to succeed in this field. Mentioned below are a few points that can be helpful for aspiring editorial photographers.

The job of an editorial photographer is to put the... Read More

Wedding is the most special day in one’s life and there is so much emotional value attached to it. The vows, the dress, the venue, the people, the beginning of a new life, the companionship with your partner, the menu, the programs, and the list will go on. Every man and woman wants it to be memorable and cherish the moments forever. Capturing these moments should be entrusted only on a professional wedding photographer.

Picking the Wedding Photographer

Coming to the crucial quest, how to look for the best professional who will give you satisfying results? The answer is simple;... Read More

Wedding! It brings a lot of emotions in people's minds. One of the most happening and memorable day for you. It is as many say, the beginning of a new life altogether and rightfully so. So many things associated with it: happiness, companionship, responsibility, love, care, respect, sensitivity, having someone to fall back on, a partner who will stand by in your good times and bad. So, the wedding day should obviously be captured in the most spectacular way! Wedding photographer, Markus Staley is an expert in destination weddings in Toronto extending his services in Richmond Hill. It is not... Read More

Steve Hanks is a well-known American figure painter who was born into a military family in San Diego in 1949. Just as good writers write what they know, Steve paints what he lives. When his children were born, his work was filled the intimacy between infants and parents, the joy of toddlers, and the wonder of youngsters discovering the world around them.

is watercolor paintings are infused with emotion and poetry by a delicate use of light and shadow. Each painting reveals a slice-of-life as he expresses his own emotional responses through art.

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