Julia Breckenreid
October 2010
Came From Away
Took advantage of the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend and headed east to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia to set my eyes on friends I haven't seen for far too long.
When a little person with big saucer eyes asks if you'll draw with her, that's hard to resist... Here's a quick sketch of Geneva.
This year has been such a great one in terms of travel - and I'm headed to Arizona near the end of October... But I'll be back to Lunenburg very soon.
Concrete Fantasies

In mid-September, illustrator Tracy Walker invited Thom, Kevin, Kathryn, Ryan and myself to Uxbridge for some lunch and the local studio tour.  I saw lots of art that day, but nothing really prepared me for this…

In 1966 Victor Tinkl moved to an old school house. When it needed repair, the concrete came out. The property is a fantasy of aqua-ducts and figures.

"I saw it in my mind, that was enough. The audience of one. I don't think I ever felt strongly that other people have to see my work." - Victor Tinkl

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