Chasing Shadows at the Elora Centre for the Arts

What a wonderful evening! Last Thursday was the launch of Waltz of the Snowflakes and the opening of my show in Elora. I am so thankful to Bear Epp for all the work she put into the show. There were many people helping out. Thanks Micaela, Shelly, Fraser, Mike and Jen at the Elora Centre for the Arts.

That night, I took some shadow portraits. If you are one of the shadow people here, let me know and I’ll send you the image. Ellymackay@gmail.com

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Here is a pano of the show and a few others:

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My dad, Steve Irvine took this last one for me. I am so thankful for all of the support the community in Elora gave this show but also to my family who made the drive (or looked after my kids while I prepared- Joan Irvine) and at home, put up with my mess for the last couple weeks! (Love you Simon, Lil and Ko) ❤

Show runs until November 12th, 2017. You can go and take your own shadow portrait or pick up a copy of Waltz of the Snowflakes! I think we’ll be seeing some snow pretty soon.

 

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