Me with The Light of My Life (left) and The Heart of the Neighbourhood (right)
Acrylic on canvas
Both are 30 x 30 inches
Barbara Muir © 2019
I will write more about the Four Seasons in Climate Crisis
exhibition that opened today at the Heliconian Club in Toronto
in the next few days. I am incredibly tired tonight, and it has
been a day of enjoying the show, and then spending time with
family, so not much time for writing.
The photo today is of me with my new work I created for
this exhibition, of two places I love very much. The painting on
the left is called The Light of My Life and depicts a pond we visit
when we go to one of our favourite parks out by Lake Ontario
to the west of Toronto. The one on the right is called The Heart of
the Neighbourhood and is about the breathtaking scenes we see
at our local park a couple of blocks from our house.
The opening featured two amazing dancers, and
musical performances on the cello, flute and piano.
These contributions were inspiring and magical. Plus there
were two poets reading poems about climate change, and two
young activists talking about their plans.
It was a wonderful afternoon and very moving.
Have a caring about the environment day.