This weekend is the Cabbagetown Arts and Crafts sale. It will be my first time participating and I'm excited to be a part of it. The show opens Friday September 10th at 1pm and runs until 6pm, and is open Saturday, Sept 11th and Sunday Sept 12th from 10am to 6pm. Admission is FREE. All other details can be found on their website.
I've completed a new set of original lino-prints. I was inspired by William Morris, as I often am. I used three Canadian birds and wildflowers. These were some of the most complicated lino-prints I've ever worked on. Each print used two blocks, and each block was carved down twice to equal four colours for each print. It was really hard to get the registration to work out. Then I hand-painted in some final details. I think they turned out well and I'm proud of them. I've just posted them in my etsy shop and they will be available for sale this weekend at the Cabbagetown festival, framed and unframed.
Canada Warblers and Buttercups