It’s Day 7 of the David Suzuki Foundation’s 30×30 Nature Challenge and at the risk of sounding hyperbolic, it has been transformative (and the best part is we’ve still got weeks to go!) Rundown of the challenge: Spend 30 minutes … Continue reading →
Thursday was my second (of five!) days at Broadacres P.S. as the tsdbCREATES Artist Mentor and it was somehow even more awesome than my first day. One Day 1, we wrote love letters to our school (and I can say … Continue reading →
What a delightful thing it is to wake up on a Wednesday morning* and sip coffee listening to the delightful voice of Garvia Bailey, and listen to a lovely spot on The Love Lettering Project. I had such an inspiring … Continue reading →
It’s time to fall (back) in love with nature! And I am thrilled to be partnering with the David Suzuki Foundation for their 5th annual 30×30 Challenge. This May, the David Suzuki Foundation is challenging you and people around … Continue reading →
The Love Lettering Project took a trip to sunny California this past weekend, joining the Riverside Art Museum for Smithsonian Institution Museum Day Live programming. Free museum fun AND love letters to a lovely Californian town? Amazing!
I am so thrilled that The Love Lettering Project will be heading to Riverside, California this weekend for the Smithsonian Institution Museum Day Live! If you happen to find yourself in Cali sun, on Saturday March 12 from 10-4, join Lisa … Continue reading →
This is such an amazing project! So much love for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra! How would you start your love letter to the TSO? Share your answer below then watch as it is integrated into a live, collaborative painting by … Continue reading →
I’ve been waiting for a huge dump of snow all winter and it’s finally arrived. I fully believe that winter in Toronto is 75% for hibernating and 25% for winter picnics/tobogganing/snow ball fights/cross country skiing and walking about in the snow. … Continue reading →