So I took a drive downtown Toronto the other day. I choose to go on Sunday when the traffic wouldn't be so bad, and I'd be able to find decent (and cheap) parking. The parking was cheap -- $10 for the entire day, and I could even locate my car at the end of the day. I don't know downtown that well, so I take special care to note where I parked. I have visions of wandering the city to find my car, and since I parked in an underground parking lot, it would have been impossible to locate it!
My first stop was at the Patagonia store, where I mentioned the other day how good the customer service was and that my jacket was on its way to being repaired. I'm thrilled about that.
My other stop was to visit the year-end art show at OCAD U. This is their very odd-looking building, and I'm not even sure what's in that top part -- offices? More classrooms? OCAD U stands for Ontario College of Art and Design, and some years ago, it became a University, and I believe the C in OCA still stands for College.
|Inside the textile studio at OCAD U|
|Screens for screen printing|
|The CN Tower|
|The Lindt truck|
|Framed by cranes|
|Even side alleys were covered|
|Bike lane barriers|
|More community project quilt tops|
|Applique for the Boho Heart quilt|
|The cutting mat is clear!|