CHRISTMAS ONE OF A KIND SHOW, TORONTO · Nov 8, 05:15 PM

Okay – here we go!!!!

Getting ready for the Christmas One of a kind show at CNE Toronto November 26-December 6!
We will be at BOOTH K08 in the Visual Art Gallery Section.

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  • Originals going to the Show
  • Red Rock Tree
    Acrylics on Studio Cast, 3-D
    15 x 25 $1650

— Carol Currie


Great Story about Stu's launch of Windows95 from CN Tower · Aug 25, 11:33 AM

Mathew Braga, editor of Motherboard, recently contacted Stu in regards to his phenomenal Launch of Windows 95 from the CN Tower chatting with Bill Gates and Jay Leno from outside the CN Tower.

Read this great story at this link

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  • Stu Leggett hanging upside down on the CN Tower for the Windows 95 launch.

— Carol Currie

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O'Donnell Point and Killbear, Georgian Bay · Jun 7, 12:24 PM

Two brand new works 2015 from our waters of Georgian Bay!

O’Donnell Point is known as the entrance to 12 Mile Bay.
And Killbear – well need I say more – Killbear Provincial Park!


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  • Killbear
    Acrylics on Panel
    24 x 24 $1600 SOLD
  • O'Donnell Point
    Acrylics on Panel
    24 x 48 SOLD



— Carol Currie

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Silver Peak, Killarney Park, September 2014 · Sep 30, 01:04 PM

Wow … what an incredible few days in Killarney. The weather was 27 degrees so we decided to get our gear together and head out to Bell Lake Killarney and hike over 6 hours return backcountry trekking up to the Peak! Amazing!

The evenings were so warm, we didn’t even need our tent.

We have over 700 photos for our next painting series!!! Breathtaking. These are just samples of our trek.

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  • Silver Peak from Campsite on Bell Lake.
  • Canoeing to the hike up the Peak. 8am calm.
  • calm reflections bell lake
  • Ready to climb!
  • After 3 hours of hiking and a one hour upward ascent through the forest, we finally see SILVER PEAK.
  • And way off in the distance is BELL LAKE where we started our trip to the Peak.
  • Looking west from the Peak. The colours neverending!
  • Carol atop the Peak.
  • Erratics (including me).
  • Stu looking south from the erratic of the peak.
  • The dark black pitted marks from bottom left and upwards are lightening strikes !
  • White quartzite of La Cloche in a sea of reds. The reds in the foreground are blueberry bushes!
  • Beauty of life on the Peak.
  • Aaah Stu - where's your rope? Be careful!
  • HAPPY HAPPY!!!!!!!!
  • WAY off in the distance is Georgian Bay (in the clouds). I think we are whispering sweet nothings.
  • Again, the colours astounded us!
  • Sandy Lake, Norway Lake and Killarney Lake.
  • I Love this shot of Stu, the Thinker.
  • Stu Leggett enjoying the amazing day on Silver Peak (Killarney, Ontario) with Carol Currie ... "my partner, my wife and the love of my life".
  • The painting material is endless.
  • Grasses, moss, and stand alone tree.
  • We clambered down to get this MASSIVE pine at the edge of the cliff! Amazing life on the edge.
  • Another of my favourite trees surviving atop the peak.
  • So warm and peaceful.
  • Faces in the rock.
  • Soon we must go ... Carol soaking it all in.
  • Silver Peak in its prime.
  • From barren, to huge surviving pines.
  • Serene.
  • Barren plateau.
  • sweet.
  • 3 hours later and back on the water - still calm - 7pm.
  • More beautiful reflections as the sun sets.
  • Last morning sun at the campsite.
  • Happy Stu - after a couple days backcountry ...
  • Back in town of Killarney, we treated ourselves to Fish from the famous fish bus! Yep - I am licking my lips yum!
  • On our drive home, I sited a Bald Eagle up in the tree!!!!!!!!! First time either of us have seen one in Ontario! WOW.
  • Trying to get closer to the eagle.
  • Beautiful! We stood and watched it for a half an hour.

— Carol Currie


Pearl Mist Cruise Ship at Midland Town Dock · Aug 6, 10:16 AM

What an arrival to Midland.

This brand new cruise ship was seen docked at Midland Town Dock and what a nice sight to see! Midland residents and businesses and Mayor Gord McKay were all very pleased to welcome the ship to town!

Visit their website at Pearl Mist Cruise

I think they need some of our beautiful Georgian Bay images in their suites!

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  • The Pearl Mist Cruise Ship at Midland Town Dock, August 2014
  • View of Midland from the upper deck of Pearl Mist Cruise Ship.
  • Pearl Mist Cruise Ship leaving Midland Town Dock.
  • Spirits of Killarney
    Acrylics on Sculpted Mahogany
    42 x 65 AVAILABLE
    Inquire about price
  • Georgian Bay Tree
    Acrylics on Sculpted Mahogany
    27.5 x 35.5 SOLD
    Finished painting.
  • Claustro Sculpted Paintings, Claustro Gallery Feb 2012

— Carol Currie