Bill and I went to the opening of Shelley Savor's Heartland this afternoon at the Arcadia Gallery on Queen's Quay West.
Each of these hand painted tags has a romantic literary quote on the back.
In Heartland Savor has collected her latest linocuts, watercolours and drawings.
Savor's superb work speaks for itself.
"After You Left I Started Collecting My Thoughts"
"Dinner at the Canary Restaurant"
"The Wallpaper Knew About Everything That Went On"
"Pour Your Heart Out"
"My Heart Bleeds For You"
"The Book You Gave Me Changed My Life"
"Sometimes It Just Stops"
"Let's Meet at the Bookstore"
"He Was a Real Ladies Man"
"They Watched Many a Storm Together" (centre)
Arcadia Gallery is at 680 Queen's Quay West at the bottom of Bathurst Street.
You'll find Shelley Savor in fine form tomorrow and the next two weekends.
"He Rose Above the Situation"
"Setting It Free"
"Setting It Free (detail)"
Heartland continues at Arcadia Gallery until March 11th
Saturdays and Sundays from 2 to 5 p.m.
Find more Savor on Flickr.