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Stirring Images

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Doug Comeau, Daniel Vaughan, Timberwolf Gallery

Throughout his time in the military he continued to work on his art, steadfastly sticking to his first and preferred medium of pencil. Now he says he mixes it up a bit using colour pencil and charcoal too, sometimes all in one work. “I don’t know why I like it. It’s the fineness of it, the detail of it. For some reason, I just never got into the paint. I just seem to get more and more enthralled with it as I go, even now.” Read More

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Deep Roots at Dorland Farms

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The black and white 1858 photo is a family treasure. It shows a fine brick house under construction, workers frozen for the long exposure, standing on a wide plank girding the tall second storey. Other men pose casually on the hip roof, or lean against the wide chimney. Below, men and boys, a dog, and a team of horses wait to resume work. Read More

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Blue Heron House

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Inside and out, the Blue Heron brings Cape Cod to Lake Ontario, and the lake itself is a personality at the home. “The lake was a big part of the design decisions,” said Susan. Whether it’s a calm spring day, a blustery winter afternoon, or clear summer night, it’s always a new experience. Read More