I just love to draw everyday objects, botanicals, street scenes and buildings that have meaning for me or catch my eye.
There’s a turnaround and transfer point at Bathurst and Queens Quay on Toronto’s waterfront. I sometimes used to transfer to a Bathurst car here when I worked in the King/Bathurst
Nestled between RMC and the Royal Ontario Museum on Bloor is the entrance to the nicest little footpath through a part of U of T’s downtown campus
North of St. James Cathedral there is a row of Victorian offices that run up to Adelaide and around the corner. Built in the same brick as the church, the
I bought myself a sketchbook with a wide format. I’d been admiring other people’s ability to create some wide street scenes. I really had fun with this. I think I’ll
This house in Toronto’s Annex was purchased by St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto in 1920 and still serves as student housing. I wanted to sketch it because of it’s
I saw this house in a real estate listing for about 7 M. It is currently being used as offices for an advertising agency. I think the sunrise light bathing
These tiny 2 story rowhouses are in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood on Alpha Avenue.
We travelled the full length of Ontario’s old Highway 2 from Toronto to the Quebec border this summer and discovered a lot of new sites along the way. This elaborate
This is the Cheese Magic shop in Toronto’s Kensington Market neighbourhood. A predominately Jewish owned shop location in the 1950’s and 60’s, it has welcomed numerous waves of immigrant shop
Something reminded me of a sign above a hotel in Dryden, ON where only one letter remained illuminated. Locals referred to it as “The ‘L'”.
This month was voting day in Ontario and our polling station was at the Metropolitan United Church on Church Street in Toronto. There’s a couple of blocks of Church between