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Spring has most definitely sprung, although it kind of unsprung again, which means that very soon, nine artists from the South Osborne community will once again open their home studios for everyone to enjoy a weekend of art. Think of it as a walking tour through nine distinct galleries. Visit and talk with the artist in their own work environment, ask questions, and if something sufficiently moves you, there is art to buy as well. But if you're looking for a pressure free environment to satisfy your artistic curiousity, this is the place to be.
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The studio tours were once again a fabulous success. Close to one hundred people braved the -30 degree windchill on Sunday alone, to come and look at and talk about art. Several people even left with some art under their arms. Each tour brings out new people that haven't been out before, as more people are aware of it and begin to make it a priority on their fall calendar. Thanks to everyone who came out, those who thought of coming out, and those who saw the brochure and didn't immediately throw it out. The next tour will happen on Mother's Day weekend, May 9th and 10th, 2015.
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Artwork, photographs and prints by artist Reymond Pagé
"It was five months ago today that we left home, and thinking about being home is a strange thing. There are no salty beaches there, no ruins. No temples and no sites. There are no cows wandering the streets and no children working in the stores and calling out your name. There are no beggars waiting for you outside of restaurants and churches, waiting so that they can show you their affliction or deformity in the hopes that you will take pity on them and give them money. There are no two thousand year old buildings or two thousand year old carvings as large as a city block. There are almost 40 times as many people living in Cairo, and there are more people on the street out front than in all of Winnipeg. There are no pharaohs and no kings, no elephants and no tigers. There are no thirty degree days in December.
The extraordinary continues to be revealed to us relentlessly, and there are days here when it seems impossible that any of this is happening, and it seems impossible that one day we will be back at home, going back to school and work, back to grocery shopping and meal preparation, summer and winter, friends and family. I wonder if we will be able to grasp the extraordinary in everything we do and see and have."
Relive a 275 day journey through art and photography from Italy to Vietnam. To see a video compilation of the trip, click on the word 'trailer' at the left. To read excerpts from the 275 Day travel blog, or to learn more about the book, 275 Days, click on the book cover on the left.
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Photographs from around the world
Paintings and drawings on canvas, paper, and board
Artwork and photographs and themed work in a variety of sizes