|Much of my work was very effectively grouped by colour.|
|The distressed stone walls of the old mill complemented|
the clean shapes of the cityscapes.
|I was pleased with the way the work was hung.|
|Even though these smaller pieces were not originally part of the plan,|
I was glad to have them included in the show.
|Anne Kelly's work, on the left, and mine on the right,|
contrasted nicely within similar colour ranges.
|Here's another piece by Anne Kelly, "China Garden".|
Her work often includes repurposed, vintage textiles.
|Given the wintry weather forecast, I was pleased to see so many|
visitors to the show.
Thank you to all those who came out for the official opening. Your support means a lot to me!
The show continues until March 23, 2019. Visitors might consider spending a few hours in picturesque Almonte, with its thriving commercial area, filled with independent shops and wonderful restaurants. And the MVTM itself has a well-organized display of artefacts that illustrate the history of the textile industry in eastern Ontario.
Museum hours are Tuesday - Friday, 10 am - 4 pm, and Saturday noon - 4 pm.