It’s Earth Day Everyday!

I designed and hooked this mat, Rock Solid, with cast-off fabrics in mind. ⁠An old shirt, a scarf and a discarded dress, vintage button and mohair from an old mitten, all worked beautifully. ⁠⁠Moving forward I will be using mainly recycled materials in my rugs, they are beautiful and abundant.⁠⁠Our world is in trouble, please make mindful choices to support the environment and the health of our planet. ⁠ Every …

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Curriculum Vitae 2022

Nancy Crites, Calgary Alberta, 403-389-6940, nancycrites1@gmail.com Exhibitions  Solo 1990  Wishes Hopes and Dreams; Rosemont Gallery, Regina Saskatchewan Group 2021 Art Now Saskatchewan Fine Art Fair, online exhibition 2021 Art Now 2021, Slate Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan 2006    Victoria Council of the Arts, Member Exhibition; Cedar Hill Arts Centre, Victoria,  British Columbia 1994 Making Meaning: Art and Craft in Saskatchewan; National Exhibition Centre, Swift Current, Saskatchewan 1992    Laughing Matters; Mendel Art …

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Borsch, a symbol of unity, a sense of peace and a recipe.

From the Ukraine, Borsch (beetroot soup) is not just a traditional Ukrainian daily meal, it’s a symbol of unity…Borsch is a dish with a national character. It is primarily associated with Ukraine. This “association” smells delicious and promises warmth, comfort, fullness, and, thus, sense of peace. When Ukrainians choose to cook borsch as their everyday main dish – they express their patriotism and show their love for Ukraine.* My husband has …

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