2018 marked my second year participating in The 100 Day Project -- a global art initiative where we all "do something for 100 days", and share it online. My project was about the landscape around me, in my city of Toronto, which I explored in 4" canvas squares and lots of acrylic paint.
It was a pleasant surprise to fall back in love with my city, all over again. The little details made me smile: cherry red Canada Post mailboxes, bright yellow fire hydrants with spots of rust, curving lampposts, bridges over our subways and rail lines, and even utilitarian road signs.
These scarves each come from my 100 Day Project, and celebrate this beautiful city in chiffon squares. Sometimes it's the little things that just make you stop and take notice, and I want to remember that throughout the year.