As some of you may know I've purchased a new home with my partner Myles so it is with bittersweet feelings that I announce that I'll be selling my Artscape loft.
be extremely hard for me to leave my beloved Suite 209 and my wonderful neighbours + neighbourhood as I've put my heart and soul
into making my space my own and truly adore The West Queen West neighbourhood.
However I truly adore Myles more (!) and it is time for us to merge
our lives so onward we go!
ps. Photo credit: Jodi Pudge for Covet Garden.
If you are interested in purchasing my loft you need to:
1. Qualify as an artist (working in any creative field - theatre, music, writing, visual art, dance etc)
know for certain that there are some people already on the list who are
interested in my loft and will have first dibs... but! it doesn't hurt to add your
name to the list if you're interested.
Showings will begin the third week of August with a closing date planned for October or November.
Below are some photos of my loft with brief descriptions.
Feel free to email me or leave a comment below if you have any other questions.
Approx 980 sq. ft loft
located within a wonderful Artscape community
in the heart of the Art and Design district
Restaurants, cafes, shop, the workroom, The Drake + Gladstone hotel steps aways
TTC stop (Queen car) outside my door
Wide plank Rustic Neue hardwood flooring
Newly renovated kitchen
with Kitchen Aid Stainless Steel Fridge and Stove
Storage Unit above kitchen
with high gloss IKEA cabinets, stainless steel Kitchen Aid appliances, white subway tile,
pot lights, butcher block counter and large storage area above
(Microwave not included - just FYI)
Another shot of Kitchen
Nice and wide!
The Drake Hotel is directly across the street
Fantastic breakfast brunch dinner cocktails.
Stephen Bulger Gallery down the street plus a plethora of cafes, restaurants, galleries, + shops.
Gladstone Hotel - 3 minute walk.
Many book launches, lectures, and design events happen here.
The Ossington strip and Parkdale - each full of more restaurants, cafes and shops are both a 5 minute walk away.
I am trying to get back in the habit of sketching each morning
As an illustrator it's so important to keep the drawing muscle flexy and also to do personal work along side commissioned work.
This morning i stumbled across this fabulous squiggly crunchberry lamp by Straydog Designs.
Immediately inspired me to do some sketches - and to also hopefully make time this summer to do some paper maché which my heart has been longing to do.
Absolutely love the We The North slogan/logo/campaign created by Ad Agency Sid Lee. It was immediately embraced by Toronto and is now seen in some form throughout the streets of Toronto on a daily basis.