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Residential Architecture

Exploring the residential streets south-west of the Canada Line King Edward Station, there is an eclectic mix of architecture, as in most Vancouver. This charming 1930s blue and white house is described by John Atkin as: Cape Cod/Federal Colonial. It  nestles in greenery. I like the fact that the addition on the left clearly reads clearly… Continue reading Residential Architecture

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“Carved in Oak, church benches in East Anglia”; a book by Jo Scott-B

Jo Scott-B, born in Argentina under the rule of Juan and Evita Peron, studied art in Peru with archeologists seeking lost lands of the Incas. With a painting degree from London UK, and resident in Canada, this artist is intrigued by what makes places unique. It has been a long time since I first started… Continue reading “Carved in Oak, church benches in East Anglia”; a book by Jo Scott-B