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Facebook Fan shares Her Story About her "Osgoode Hall Print


"I have loved your art for years & years. First time I saw it was perhaps a sportsman show or something @ the CNE.   Originally from Rexdale now from lovely Gananoque in the 1000 islands. I thought you might like to know that I have a numbered print in my hallway which my brother bought me at a silent auction at the Sally Ann in Penetanguishene. It is of Osgoode Hall. He didn't tell me until he gave it to me, that at that particular gate, it was the last time he saw his birth mother & a sister who had been born while our dad was in the hospital for a number of years in the 40s. He and our dad went one way, and his mom & sister went the other! He was then raised by our aunt until dad got out of the hospital. (I was born 12 years later. Same dad, different mom)So now you know, one of your works has a special meaning to our family. I will enjoy following you on FB."



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David Crighton gives back to the Bloor West Community


Here I am pictured with Linda Symsyk at the Swansea Historical Society meeting March 5th, 2014.  Linda met me at an Artists Walk a few years ago and thought of me when the Committees thoughts turned to how to raise funds for the Howard Gate Centennial Celebration.  She in turn introduced me to Cheryl Hart, the Colborne Lodge Museum Director.



David Crighton and Linda Symsyk


She in turn introduced me to Cheryl Hart, the Colborne Lodge Museum Director.  Cheryl asked me if would do one of my famous collage wall prints of High Park for them to sell to raise funds for the event on March 23rd starting at 2:00 pm.  I said SURE - I 'd love to help. 


I had a lot of fun at the meeting and I think the attendees enjoyed themselves when I marched up the aisle - Rod Stewart with a Queen's Guard Tunic.


I even made a sale, a portion of which goes to Colborne Lodge!






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