Monthly Archives: October 2011

Tales of the Teacherage-A Small-town Alberta Journey – Part I-Hussar

My grandparents, Nellie and Albert  Arlendson,  lived and worked in various small towns in Alberta.  They met and married in and around the Didsbury/Acme region and proceeded to have successful teaching careers in small town Alberta.  I know they were … Continue reading

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Autumn Allure

With the autumn weather and leaves holding on just little bit longer, we couldn’t resist the allure of the mountains.  Time to “Head out on the Highway (Transcanada #1, westbound)… Lookin’ for adventure… in whatever comes our way”.  What followed … Continue reading

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Wall Decor – “Rainy Day in Rome” digital art

              2008   24 X 36 on metallic paper, canvas on masonite, framed  $950 Art Rendition by David Brookwell-illusions studio inc View from atop the Spanish Steps. Sunny one minute, raining the next.  In a … Continue reading

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