Anne of Green Gables was (and is) my favourite sorry of all time. I grew up watching and rewatching the series produced by Kevin Sullivan productions from the mid-to-late 80's. Christmas would roll around and PBS would televise it and ask for money in the commercials, and I would be whisked away to this glorious little Canadian Island that I had never been to and so despearatley wanted to see. Two years ago I had the great fortune of visiting not once, but TWICE in one summer. It was every bit as gorgeous and peaceful and it's televised depiction, even though I realize a good chunk of the series was actually filmed in southern Ontario and some parts of New Brunswick.
Whatever. It's still Canada and those places are gorgeous too.
Back in January I got an email from the owner of Details, Past & Present Gallery asking if I would be interested in having my work for sale in her gallery in Charlottletown, PEI. I gasped! Yes, of course! Especially since the BD and I are hopeful to become maritimers sometime in the new year; relocating in either Halifax/Dartmouth or Charlottetown.
Today I packaged up these four pieces for their upcoming streetscape show. They should be in the gallery next week. I am so excited to have my work in Charlottetown!