It’s that time again. Please consider grabbing a studio tour map and spending a few hours this weekend exploring some truly wonderful art and the artists that create it. Once again, I will be at the Homestead Orchards barn, letter “R” on the map. Come say hi to my fellow barn inhabitants Thelma Sellers and new to the tour Karin Watson. Plus there is the added bonus that we are upstairs from the Homestead Orchard bakery…
Ignite Your Life 2019 is SOLD OUT! I have been part of Jenn Pike’s incredible women’s health initiative from its inception, and I am honoured to be included because I too get to spend the day meeting wonderful people, learning from phenomenal guest speakers and exploring the exciting products from other vendors.
If you missed me at Ignite Your Life, you can catch me for an evening of mixed-media at the Latcham Art Centre on Wednesday June 12. Enjoy creating with paints, inks, stencils and more as I lead you through the making of a whimsical house on a wooden canvas. Pre-registration is required. Call the Art Centre at 905-640-8954 to register.
Looking forward to wonderful weather this coming weekend for the Georgina Studio Tour! I will once again be at Homestead Orchards in Sutton. I am there with the talented Thelma Sellers, and we are just upstairs from the yummy goodness of the Orchards baked goods, apple cider and of course apples!
If you are in the city the following weekend, please come to The Yoga & Wellness Show, taking place at the Enercare Centre, Exhibition Place, Hall C in Toronto. The show runs September 29 to October 1st, and to entice you, print out the ticket below for FREE ADMISSION to the show!
So excited to be an exhibitor at the very first Creative Spark in the Park this Saturday in Guelph! If you are in the area, please drop by to see what wonderfulness these lovely, talented artisans are up to!
If you can’t be there this Saturday, maybe you will be lucky enough to be attending The Simplicity Project IGNITE YOUR LIFE event in Newmarket on Sunday June 25th.
At the end of this month, I will be an exhibitor at the Toronto Yoga Conference. I attended this event last year, and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. This is a great show for the novice to the expert; even if you haven’t performed a single downward facing dog, this is a great place to check it out. You can choose to take a variety of classes, or simply stroll about and check out the hundreds of exhibitors.
Last year I discovered a amazing facial moisturizer at the Healthy Planet booth, wonderful skin care products from Toronto-based Parkdale Butter, and I bought the amazing Canadian Kickstarter-funded Knix Wear bra. All of these vendors will once again be at this show. I am so excited (for all the shopping opportunities)!
I am busy creating new canvases, making hand-bound journals and maybe conjuring up some surprises!
This quote is by an incredible lady named Emily Rosen, who I follow on Instragram.
My booth is #311. If you are in the area, drop by and say hi. If you would like FREE tickets to this show, running March 31st to April 2, click below.
Currently, I am on a journal-making frenzy! I was asked to make a large travel journal as a wedding present for newlyweds travelling around the world on their honeymoon. I loved the finished product so much, it gave me a bit of travel fever! I love to re-use old books, tons of ephemera as well as incorporating my art into the pages.
I will have a brand new batch of them November 12 in Uxbridge at the USS Drama Students Fundraiser. Check out my events page for more information.
Currently, my art is also on display at beyondCRAFT at the Latcham Gallery in Stouffville throughout the weekend.
I am fortunate to have a lovely supply of very old, western red cedar at my disposal to play with. So along with my wanderlust series of photographic images I have taken in my travels & transferred onto wooden blocks, I have decided to use this wood to showcase my mixed-media images.
Some blocks have the live edge on them, others do not & instead all the sides are painted. They are wonderfully heavy; they can be put on a book shelf or stand beside a lamp on a end table. And of course they can easily be hung up on a wall.
So excited to see my third project on the Joggles blog! To see how I created this house, head over by clicking here.
I am working feverishly on getting ready for the Waterfront Artisan Market June 18 & 19. It will be a great Father’s Day weekend in Toronto on the picturesque Queen’s Quay. Stay tuned to my Instagram account (@nadyaedwards) this week as I send out sneak peeks of what I will have at the show.