A couple of weeks ago, I felt that my creativity needed a boost. It had been going downhill for quite a while. My plans to get up an hour earlier in the morning to write had disappeared in my dreams, and after working 9-5 chained to my computer at work, I just felt so tired and drained that I didn’t want to face my laptop once I got home. When a friend mentioned that she went to see the Chagall exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts, I thought, Aha! that’s what I need, colour and culture. Continue reading
There are a lot of street closures and detours due to all the construction going on in Montreal, but you may want to take a look at a street closure of a different kind. On the corner of Sherbrooke Street and Musée Avenue is a work by Claude Cormier made entirely out of temporary overlay markers (TOM). It is a tribute to the work of jeweller to the Czars, Carl Fabergé, whose work is currently on exhibit at the Museum of Fine Arts.