Elle a naturally gifted psychic, medium, tarot reader, mystic and spiritual advisor based in Kitchener-Waterloo. Her spiritual journey began when she received her gifts from her godfather many years ago. She has been practicing divination for as long as she can remember.
Once again, I visited the beach in March to view the Winter Stations exhibit. You can read about my 2016 visithere. Although the 2017 theme was Catalyst (converting one form or substance into another), last year's theme of Freeze/Thaw perfectly described the weather and what happened to my face and extremities on the afternoon of Sunday, March 5th.
Crystal Dayton a passionate artist from Toronto, Ontario. Her talents are varied with a predominant focus in Graphic Design, Illustration and painting. She has earned her diploma for The Visual and Creative Arts program at Sheridan College.
As promised, Volume 1: Excess Party at Idea Exchange was triple-level, tricked-out and teased-high. You can read my pre-event interview with Aidan Ware, Gallery Director here. Over 400 people attended the community raiser on Saturday, March 4, 2017.
I'm pleased to present the first guest post on Culture Fancier! I connected with Laura on Twitter and responded to a tweet she made about wanting to collaborate with other artists or bloggers. Laura is a landscape painter and she lives in The West Kootenays in British Columbia.
The popular live painting competition returned to The MUSEUM on January 28th, 2017. This was my third time attending. You can read about last year's event here. I noticed that the crowd seemed slightly smaller than last year, but that may have been due to Leadership Waterloo Region's Fire & Ice Gala being held on the same night.
It feels like not that long ago that I was writing about my time at the 13th annual Come Up to My Room at The Gladstone Hotel. You can read my post about the 2016 event here. Come Up to My Room (CUTMR) is The Gladstone Hotel's annual 4-day alternative design exhibition.