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The Art of Painterly Realism

The Art of Painterly Realism

The Link, Spring 2018 | by Janet Jarrell | What exactly is painterly realism you ask? Well that is how artist Linda Barber of Prince Edward County (PEC) describes the ...
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The Art of Procrastination

The Art of Procrastination

The Link, Spring 2018 | by David Newland | Why put off until tomorrow what you can put off until the day after? That’s the question of the highly effective ...
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Colours of Westben

Colours of Westben

The Link, Spring 2018 | by Sharon Harrison | Coming off a successful season celebrating Canada 150, Westben’s focus in 2018 celebrates its 19th year with a new vision and ...
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Two Centuries of History

Two Centuries of History

The Link, Spring 2018 | by T.K Rouse | Two hundred years ago in 1818 Dr. John Hutchison came to Canada from Kirkcaldy, Scotland. He lived in Cobourg, Cavan and ...
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Turtles in Ontario

Turtles in Ontario

The Link, Spring 2018 | by Amanda Newell Chambers | Once upon a time, my sister had a turtle. It bit, and you couldn’t go near it without having to ...
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A Lifetime in Art

A Lifetime in Art

The Link, Spring 2018 | by Joanne Culley | Ellen Cowie was asked to act as a volunteer curator in Peterborough for The Mount Community Centre’s new Heritage Room space ...
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Delightfully Nutritious Parsley

Delightfully Nutritious Parsley

The Link, Spring 2018 | by Louise Racine | After a long winter of delicious, warming foods most of us are craving fresh, bright flavours in our diet. That’s all ...
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How Art Heals

How Art Heals

The Link, Spring 2018 | by Elizabeth Palermo | Blending dreams on canvas. Shaping stories into sculpture. Carving out hope. But not everyone can access art experiences or believe they ...
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