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  • DC Art Digest #3 - Week of May 4 - 10, 2015
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    Pam Johnston

DC Art Digest #3 - Week of May 4 - 10, 2015

Focusing on TPS 14 - East of Spadina, South of Bloor, West of Dufferin and North of the Lake 

David Crighton Art is an online store with history. Well known in the Toronto, David has been creating iconic personalized landscapes for 40 years. Chose from 24 Collections of Toronto urban art illustrations of historic landmarks, neighbourhoods, Municipal, Canadian Provincial and Federal Government Buildings, Police and Fire Stations, Hospitals, University, college and highschool architecture that pull together key locations throughout neighbourhoods, cities and countries.
Thousands have gifted David’s affordable prints that capture special memories of the GTA. Ask us how we can personalize your print. Our “Ready to Hang” option is delivered straight to your door!
Our Digests showcase the Social Media posting that we do through out the week all about the Toronto and Canada that love.  Things to do in the city, special events, social issues that matter, good food, entertainment all ending on a spiritual note.  This is the best of the week!

NEW BLOG POST:  Just one standout in the city of neighbourhoods 

 

Roncesvalles # 2 by Toronto Illustrator David Crighton

In the more than 180 years since the naming of the city of Toronto, as natural expansion has taken place into today’s proud position as the most populated metropolitan area in the country, distinctive neighbourhoods and districts have steadfastly remained an essential part of the make-up of this great modern city.  Read more


#AMA Monday, May 4, 2015 - Tell Us About Recent Commissions

 


Tuesday, May 5 - Community Services Tuesday 

Leading With Landscape Conference hits the GTA, May 22, 23, and 24th, 2015

  

Leading with Landscape Conference and Tours 

Hidden Landmarks: Toronto Why Toronto  is at the forefront of the landscape architecture movement via@globeandmail. Having spent the bettter part of 40 years of my life illustrating the architecture of GTA the GTA, it's exciting to be on the cutting edge and able to record it.   Learn More  and sign up for free tours

 


Wednesday, May 6 - Social Action Wednesdays

 

Absence of women on Toronto’s TTC board embarrassing, bad transit policy wouldn't you agree, Pamela Jeffery, Founder of the Women's Executive Network

 


Thursday, May 7 - TBT Throwback Thursdays

Remember the Honour Box?

All The Papers, Osgoode Hall 

TESTIMONIAL: "I have known David since 1997. Each and every piece I have commissioned is a statement to the excellence he brings to the table in his craft. Everywhere I go in Toronto I either see his artwork hanging in or see places that he has painted which reminds me of the impact David has had to the Toronto art scene. Suffice it to say that David is an icon on the Toronto landscape. Thank you David for bringing so much to so many people." -Quintin Johnstone, Retired Police Sargeant, Toronto Police Force


 Weekend - May 9 - 10, 2105

 The mad rush for Cherry Blossoms!  High Park, Toronto

HELP ME!  I live here! ~ David Crighton

 

High Park Centennial Celebration by David Crighton

 All that I am, and all I hope to be, I hope to my dear mother.

Who is the unlikely authour of this quote?

Mother's day Blog, 2015

Famous Unitarians

 

 Clara Barton, U.S., 1821-1912. Nurse, philanthropist, founder of the American Red Cross.

"I may be compelled to face danger, but never fear it, and while our soldiers can stand and fight, I can stand and feed and nurse them".Famous Unitarians"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clara_Barton

 


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Pamela Johnston and David Crighton

Together we are "David Crighton Art"

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