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Let your followers know you're on Myspace with a Tweet. For one week only, the magnificent paintings of Deborah Cox accompanied by drawings and prints by Tonia Maddison and felt and photos by David Elford.
The work in this exhibition responds to landscape and waterways in some way and is inspired by the wonderful Stroud Valleys and surrounding areas. Primarily a painter, Deborah Cox creates expressive landscapes. She lives in Saanich, British Columbia. Which is so appropriate to this landscape it would seem a shame to begin anywhere else.
In Loving Memory
Light, not dust, humour, not misery, infuse this memoir. Like the Prairies, a thing worth returning to. It is about the birthplace that you claim as your own, about your starting point, the way you understand yourself, the place you return where there's nowhere else to go. The book is in the end not just about Lorna Crozier, but about you and me and everyone else who ever lived their lives in small towns like Swift Current or Owen Sound.
She is a writer of the first rank. I found it deeply touching. Lorna Crozier's new memoir. You will be flung there, breathless, suddenly smelling hot roll kuken and watermelon. Fresh bread and Saskatoon berry jam.