It was in 1996 that Gordon Leverton moved to Hamilton from Chatham, Ontario. A life-altering repositioning, Hamilton would become not only home, but a city that propelled Leverton to become one of today's most talented Canadian artists. It is Hamilton that is key to his inspiration and subsequent success.
Donna Trella wanted a prognosis for her three-year-old daughter Dove. At six-weeks old, Dove's fragile body was first rocked by a seizure. Then came another and another. The debilitating episodes remain a daily occurrence.
Form meets function in this contemporary Oakville home.
Sometimes our passions are bred into us and other times we're born into them ““ for textile artist Lorraine Roy, it was both
Join us on October 13 to support The Angel Project.
It's the time of year to bring on the holiday cheer ““ and nothing brings on the cheer faster than selecting and cutting down your own Christmas tree.
Sometimes life throws you a curveball, other times it doesn't even give you a chance. This is the case with six-year-old Burlington resident Louie Facca. Diagnosed at the age of two-and-a-half with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD), Louie has become a statistic.
“I like a challenge and the only one left was abstract expression. After I tried it I never went back.”
While shopping for furniture in the late 90s, Jim Hobbs, co-owner of Joshua Creek Furniture, noticed a gap. “I could not find a single store that could appeal to me in quality or price.”
ATTITUDE, producer of ecological, health-conscious household products, has recently expanded its line with the edition of the new Fruit & Vegetable Wash, Fabric Refreshers and Foaming Hand Soaps.