FLOWERS IN MY NEIGHBOURHOOD
Today this blog post will be about rad inspiring stuff. Like flowers!
I love wandering around and seeing beautiful sights like this! So awesome! Honestly, food, flowers, and occultism are my biggest inspirations, and stumbling upon something like this randomly is such a huge jackpot for me, and an awesome reminder of how magical and pretty the universe can be. I love the variety of colour in these flowers – some purple, some deep red, some magenta, some light pink, some white. Does anyone know what on earth these are called?
A bee bathing in pollen! This little dude was having a blast.
Night time adventures! Resulting in more flowers, of course!
Love the pink and lime green colour combination! There’s no combination that puts me more in mind of summer (and watermelon)!
There are so many beautiful residential streets in Toronto where you can’t see the sky because the trees lining the streets have so many leaves, big bushy canopies. It’s on those streets where everyone has a massive garden and beautiful, big old houses that you find gems.
And this is relevant, yet not a flower:
My view from behind my booth at the Toronto Anarchist Book Fair! Check out those pears! If you are interested in some, contact me!
I’ll have these pretty things for sale as well as massive limited edition giclee art prints (two of which were purchased for Target’s new Canadian offices! Can I get a HELL YEAH!) at the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition, which starts literally a week today! Aaah! It’ll be at Nathan Philips Square in downtown Toronto, and I’ll be on the Northwest side of all the festivities. My booth is Blue #355. It’ll be my second year at TOAE, my first was in 2010 when I won the Best of Mixed Media in the Student category. So stoked to do TOAE again! You can come visit me from July 6-8, and admission is 100% free! Maybe you’ll even run into some pretty flowers on your walk there.