Last weekend I took advantage of the beautiful Fall weather and went to Trinity Bellwoods Park with a few friends to see the Queen West Art Crawl. The park was full of little booths of great local artists, as well as those who traveled in from all over Canada.
These pillows were what really did me in. I love the autumn colours and the texture of the wool
One day I would love to go to the East Coast and see all the great little villages and buildings out there. For now, I’m happy to look at the great paintings by the artists who call it home.
Art doesn’t always come in the form of a painting or a sculpture…some times it is as simple as artisan chocolate. These decadent chocolates by Jacqueline Chau almost looked too good to eat.
Roasted cocoa nib. Cayenne Pepper. Sicilian Sea Salt. Japanese Matcha. Coconut Cream. Black Sesame. Be still my heart.
If I had
any more storage space, I would have taken home quite a few pieces that caught my eye.
How great are these little guys? You can email her for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. I know that she was in the One of a Kind Show last year, so hopefully she’ll be making an appearance there again this Fall.
It was great to see them go through the whole process of making it and hearing the corn pop.
I wish that it was possible to convey smells through the internet, because this smelled amazing. Sweet and salty at the same time.
The group of us shared a ginormous bag, that was gone in no time. I left the bag in my purse for the afternoon and whenever I opened it, I smelt delicious sweetness. In other words, for my first experience with kettle corn, I’ve become addicted now!
This was the perfect weekend afternoon – getting out and exploring my city with some great friends. I encourage you to do the same! Call up some friends, go walk around to a few art galleries, check out a local exhibit at your museum, or take advantage of outdoor venues while the weather is still nice! And most of all, have a great weekend 🙂