Pics taken by Resa – November 20, 2019
Born in 1915, a citizen of Brokenhead First Nation, N. of Winnipeg…
… great, great grandson of Chief Peguis….
…. He is a Canadian hero. Sergeant Prince served in WW II and The Korean War.
He was awarded many medals by the Canadian Military, as well as medals from Korea, The United Nations & an American Silver Star.
He is an outstanding role model from the Aboriginal Community.
Read more about Sergeant Tommy Prince!
A sobering Remembrance Day to all!
Pics taken by: Resa – October 27, 2014
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
I adore this art piece.
The above shot is taken using the Pano setting on my Iphone. However, instead of panning side to side, I turn the camera on its side and pan up from the bottom. Hence, the curve, which I like!
The reflected skyline view in the sunglasses seems reasonably correct. However, one lens is from the lake view, and the other from the land view.
It faces a parking lot. The car reflections come from quite high up, so sometimes are not as crisp, as usual.
Pics taken by Resa – October 29, 2019
The Artist: Justus Becker – Artist/Illustrator based in Frankfurt Germany
There are reflections in the windows on the other side of the parking lot. These windows are about the 6th story.
There are white squirrels in Trinity – Bellwoods Park.
Apparently they are not a breed, but more like albino squirrels.
They have created more white squirrels.
Toronto is so proud of these rare beauties …
That we have named a street after them.
I have not seen one, but I don’t have hours to sit quietly, in a Squirrel Zen State, with a bag of peanuts. Although, it’s on my “To do list”.
Pics taken by Resa – October 10, 2019
I’ve always believed Sath would be an amazing father. Much of his art is for kids & he teaches them through interactive art experience.
Two recent pieces Sath has done are collaborations with SIK. Above is Crow-n. I absolutely adore it. Below is a 21 second video of a mural with a big message about “the orangutans, the palm oil industry and the deforestation”
Check out the details of the mural from Sath & Sik!
“about one of the main causes of climate change. The logging and burning of forests by the timber industry, as well as by obtaining soil for agriculture and livestock are razing the lung of the planet and the species that live there.”
Above is ZoOrquesta Decoración” The slide show above is is filled with animal instruments Sath did for a Music School. La Escuela de Música local del @ajsonservera.
“Work done live during the last Nit de l’Art de Son Servera. As always, a real pleasure to paint in a place as magical as the Església Nova and see so many known people.”
What a fab frog! An animal may not be able to change its spots, but Sath can.
“I present to you Toni Serra, the student of Aproscom chosen through a draw to be the image of the 4th edition of the @proyecto.somriu.” SOM – RIU is a participatory mural project to aid people with intellectual disabilities. Learn more! Visit a previous GLaM post: SOM – RIU.
All Art & Photos in this post © Sath
The Artist at Work
The world has not heard the last from Sath. He has just begun.
My sincerest Thank You’s to Sath, for allowing me the privilege of of continuing to cover his career, in the world of art and humanities. Also, gratitudes to Johanna! Her ongoing work for our planet began with Greepeace, & now with an NGO called Compassion in World Farming. They are truly a Renaissance Couple! – Resa
Below is an interview with Sath. He’s that uber happy, proud daddy you see above.
OMG! I stumbled upon an entertainment plaza made entirely out of shipping containers.
There is art on everything! This project is still not finished.
Love this raccoon. Apparently, Toronto is the world’s Raccoon Capital!
Heading out to look for street art! See y’all later!