Eastside Culture Crawl and Anonymous show, oh my

The past weekend until now has been busting full of artistic inspiration, partially provided by my cute, artsy parents.  I just got back from seeing some of their artwork in the  ‘anonymous show’ in North Van.  This show is a cool idea for a fundraiser (for the North Vancouver Arts Council maybe?) where people submit canvases that are all the same size (8 in x 8 in I think, some small size) and the selected works are all displayed anonymously and sold for $100, with half of the money going to the Arts Council.   Spoiler alert: I am going to show which pieces were made by my parents, because I’m proud of them and actually like the pieces.  I also took some photos of some other favourites.

Eastside Culture Crawl- hopefully anyone in Vancouver knows what this is.  Artists in Vancouver’s eastside, mostly East of Clark Drive, North of 1st, open their studios to the public and allow everyone to wander around and ogle their work.  It’s awesome.

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