Last Saturday {November 9, 2013} was the Robert McLaughlin Gallery’s annual photography auction event; RMG Exposed. I submitted my photo from my apartment series; Date, and it was accepted into the show, so I printed it out at a nice 13ʺx19ʺ to donate to their silent auction that raises funds for their community arts programming. 

 

It was a really nice event. There was a craft beer tasting bar set up by the lovely Melissa Bies {check out her blog}, which I thought was fantastic, and the food was so good. Any excuse for a poutine station is a win in my books. And just you wait until you see the world’s tiniest army of crème brûlée. Delicious, delicious army.

 

Anyways, as per usual I brought my camera along and documented the night away. 

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There was a lot of great Canadian content in the photos at this event, which is always nice to celebrate. My favourite Canadian content of the evening though would have to be when I ate poutine in front of a Group of Seven painting. I don’t know if that would have ever been on my bucket list, but the RMG made it possible, so I’m just going to go ahead and cross that off.

Thanks RMG.

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