It is finally here…
The book of stories, paintings and photos of a series of Muskoka historical and abandoned buildings launches September 30th at the Auburn Gallery in Gravenhurst. There will also be an exhibition of the last paintings from the series that will run until Thanksgiving.
Join us at the Auburn Gallery in Gravenhurst at 1pm Saturday, September 30th.
Meet the author/artist, see the paintings and get a book signed.
Hope to see you there!
From the release:
Have you ever wondered about that old empty house or abandoned ruin? Who lived there and why did they leave? If the walls could talk, what would they say?
If only you could look inside…
Michelle Hendry takes you inside some fascinating houses, hotels and ruins from around the Muskoka region, many off limits to most of the world – private locations such as Sparrow Beach Lodge and Cooper’s Falls General Store. Gravenhurst is best known for it’s steamships, but in the late 1800’s it was the flashpoint for a very brief gold rush and the man who discovered the first nugget built a beautiful house that he would never live in.
Thanks for sticking with me!