Was he trying to warn me about the difficult life I might face as an artist when my father took me to visit Maud Lewis's tiny home near Digby, Nova Scotia?
Read about the life of Maud Lewis, and the murder of her husband Evertt in this blog post.

At ninety years of age, Marie Ferrie still greets visitors when they come to buy apples from the family orchard. She also paints whenever she can. Visit the orchard and her studio in this blog post.

As luck would have it, my husband and I happened upon artist John Felice Ceprano creating new river rock sculptures on the banks of the Ottawa River. Read all about it in this blog post.

Artist's Gardens: 

Artist and interior designer Eleonora Gattesco Robers has created a lovely raised garden with a unique peaked arbor entrance. Visit Eleonora's Streetsville, ON garden in this blog post.

Hillary is not the kind of gardener who yanks something out of her garden simply because it didn't arrive with a nursery identification tag. Her style is more relaxed than that. Her whimsical  garden is filled with a quirky flea market finds and vintage signs. Visit Hilary's garden in this post.

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