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Summer 2018 Exhibitions at Esker Foundation

Three artists are showcased at Esker this summer. Vanessa Brown prompts thought by using steel to embody living, natural things as sculpture. Anna Torma uses a blend of embroidery, drawing, appliquĂ©, and layering to combine familiar and fantastic things in colourful, multi-layered textile art hangings. And over a twelve week stretch ending July 29, Jolie Bird’s performance-based installation will transform a blank space into an 8-foot diameter representation of the Fibonacci Sequence.

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Destination: Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area

A portion of the Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area is open to the public and features a network of trails that provides access to a range of natural habitats plus mountain and city views. It’s a quiet place to enjoy nature, just a few minutes outside Calgary’s southwest city limits. Road construction in Calgary’s SW quadrant make the drive a bit of an ordeal, but once the SW ring road is completed, access will be quick and easy.

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Photo Blogging Challenge – Outdoor Activities (May 2018)

Calgary and area went directly from winter to summer this month. We took full advantage. Some days we worked outside, gardening, sealing the driveway, repairing the garage floor, repairing and painting deck railings or draining, repairing and refilling the hot tub. But we also made plenty of time for outdoor enjoyment, by cycling, walking, bird-watching and geocaching.