OCAD WhoDunIt? Mystery Art Show

This will be my second year contributing to Toronto's OCAD Mystery Art Show. If your in Toronto November 19-22 go out and try and find me at the show. To learn more about it go to http://www.ocad.ca/about_ocad/support_ocad/whodunit.htm

From the press release:

". . . one of the city's most ingenious visual-art fundraisers"
- Sarah Milroy, Globe and Mail

The Whodunit? OCAD Mystery Art Sale is OCAD's signature fundraising event. It’s an exhibition and sale of pieces of original art by well-known and celebrity artists, OCAD faculty, alumni and students.
Gaining in popularity year after year, the Whodunit? OCAD Mystery Art Sale offers hundreds of original pieces of art donated by artists who are famous and not-yet-famous. Every piece measures 5½ x 7½ inches and each piece is $75. Like it - buy it - turn it over and see Whodunit!

How it works…
View hundreds of pieces of art during the Public Preview and write down the numbers of the pieces you would like to buy. Then be first in line on the day of the sale to make sure you get the pieces you want. Buy the art at the Public Art Sale. All art is sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Arrive early with the list of the pieces you like so that you can get your top choices.
Public Preview: November 19 to 21, 2008
Public Art Sale: November 22, 2008

All events take place at 100 McCaul Street, Toronto. Whodunit?

Come celebrate art, artists and friends at a fabulous party unlike any other. Preview the hundreds of pieces of mystery art for sale in the Whodunit? Public Art Sale on November 22. Bid on framed 5½" x 7½" mystery art chosen exclusively for sale in the Silent Auction or bid on large-scale art by a select group of artists in the Live Auction. Join mystery artists and friends at our exclusive party!

Gala Preview: Thursday November 20, 2008

Call me Mrs. Johansson

Well actually I'm going by Crystal Bretschger Johansson, quite a mouthful. I guess I will be changing my website from www.bretschger.com to something else. I was thinking www.mepaintyoubuy.com

Closing Ceremonies Beijing

Kevin and Oskar ended the Olympic Regatta in 4th. They performed extremely well in the second half of the regatta and scored 4 second places in a row. They just missed the bronze and made Canada, friends, and family extremely proud of them. China put on an incredible show and this olympic experience will be a great memory for the rest of my life.

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