Thu, Jun 16|
183 Lincoln St
Delicious food with creative people
Time & Location
Jun 16, 2022, 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
183 Lincoln St, 183 Lincoln St, Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0, Canada
About the event
Join us for 183 Lincoln Street’s first Creative‘s Brunch catered by Fancy Pants Cafe
Where we will eat delicious food, reconnect and create relationships with other creatives.
With this ticket ($55.00 tax included) you will
- Main Course
appetizers: plain yogurt bowl with fresh fruit, GF granola
main course: two decadent buttermilk OR buckwheat waffles topped with fresh fruit, organic maple syrup and whipped cream.
dessert: GF cookie or pastry
We can accommodate all dietary restrictions. Please let us know in advance when purchasing your ticket.
ALL creative people are welcome. - photographers, painters, bakers, potters, sketchers, teachers, yogis, etc
There are only 10 spaces available.
About the Artist
When Chanelle discovered the power of her own mind, energy and emotions, her artwork began changing the lives of highly sensitive people throughout the world.
Through her paintings, retreats and teachings, Chanelle has made it her mission to connect others with their hearts and show them what can be possible - something she is intimately familiar with after closing off her light at age 12.
Her subject matter focuses on themes that connect nature, everyday observation and healing through her use of blind contour methods. She creates her line drawings without looking at the paper as a daily practice of meditation and mindfulness. Her intimate and honest work helps people live with intention and feel deeply seen.
She is a graduate of Concordia University (Montreal, QC) with a BFA in Studio Arts and a minor in Environmental Geology (2021), author/illustrator of My Nova Scotia Cookbook (2018) and host of the yearly, Finding Awe Within the Ordinary Retreat.
Her work has been shown at Museo Bellini (Florence, Italy) and most recently, she was accepted as the Lunenburg School of the Arts, 2023 Artist-in-Residence.
Jefferson’s pieces are held within the private collections of Pete Luckett and the MacKay-Lyons family.