I just love to draw everyday objects, botanicals, street scenes and buildings that have meaning for me or catch my eye.
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
When I got my first job in Toronto about 20 years ago, the staff at the theatre took me out to lunch at the Bombay Palace where they had a
What a great name for a house boat–Maybe. We’re not quite ready to brave the crowds on the Centre Island ferry but snuck in a weekday trip to Wards Island
Perhaps it was the isolation of Covid but I started to think about how much I would like to live on a houseboat full of light and the sound of
This was one of our favorite pre-pandemic places to go to lunch. It was particularly nice on a week day a little bit on the cusp of the season when
I did a sketch of the Wheatsheaf Tavern as it looks now. I haven’t been in it since it reopened but 20 years ago when it was still a dive
Since I was sketching the 510 Church building I thought I would do a preliminary sketch of the other side of the street which I just completed.
Friends Meeting House (Quakers) on Lowther Street neat the St. George Subway stop in Toronto.