Burnt Offerings!

It’s Hallowe’en at
The Toronto International Art Fair

The Holiday Arts Mail-Order School (H.A.M.S.), operated by Derek McCormack and myself, will be making an appearance at this years Toronto International Art Fair. Commissioned by Philip Monk and The Art Gallery at York University (AGYU),  H.A.M.S. is a correspondence art course for the 1936-37 school year, and is devoted specifically to the holiday arts.

Bone china replica Westclox Jack o’ Lantern clock by Alexx Boisjoli, limited edition of 13!

It’s open house at our haunted schoolhouse. On display will be the very best of student projects and a souvenir stand filled with burnt offerings, including the functional glow-in-the-dark bone china clock hand-crafted by H.A.M.S. alumni member Alexx Boisjoli. Draperies provided by Miss Candy Cackle of the Ladies Institute! Mark your calendar!

October 28-31, 2011

at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Opening night preview on the 27th
Tickets + more info here

About Ian Phillips Illustration

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