‘Nobody can discover the world for somebody else. Only when we discover it for ourselves does it become common ground and a common bond and we cease to be alone.’– Wendell Berry
Still beautiful on a cloudy day. Life should be paused for moments like this. Where is your favourite place to visit to unwind and explore? #vancouver
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So happy I get to bring so much love together under one roof! ❤️ Thank you all for being amazing humans!!!
Maxed out the IG tag limit and missing quite a few gorg faces 🙈
Thanks for another unforgettable (🤔?) bday bash and cheers to another best year yet 😊❤️😘💥 and a very special thanks to my love @lydialous for being just so incredible in every single way 🍓
We fell in love with the work of Shannon Emmanuel @daydreamerillustrations the first time we saw her whimsical and nature inspired art. As a busy mama to four girls, this self-taught artist loves to try new mediums, but she is most happy with a blank piece of paper and a pencil. Drawing is her relaxation and time to explore the delicate, and weird or whimsical areas of her imagination.
We've seen her three pieces for our show and wow! You can't help but see how her love for the beautiful almost fairytale characters she creates lend themselves to telling new tales.
Spotted at the Museum of Vancouver, the name plate from the old Birks Building that stood at Georgia and Granville until it was demolished in 1974.
The Birks Building was considered one of Vancouver's architectural gems. Upon hearing the news that it would be razed to make way for Pacific Centre Mall, Vancouverites mobilized to save it. The effort failed, but ultimately launched this city's heritage movement, which was noisy enough to save other buildings such as the Orpheum Theatre.
Another Birks remnant that survived is the clock that was installed at West Hastings and Granville in 2010.
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