Profile of Karla Hayward

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  • Good enough to eat

    The mad get-ready-for-Christmas rush is over, the magic of the big morning has come and gone. Even the Boxing Day sales fisticuffs are over. But ...

  • Still digging after all these years

    The Skydiggers are one of those bands whose music you know even if you think you don’t. (At least, if you’re a Canadian born before 1980 or ...

  • Hitting pause on beauty

    There is a magic to flowers. Something that enchants everyone, even those with zero desire to garden. Their vibrancy, their ethereal nature, how ...

  • Meet The Collector

    We are all collectors in our own way: memories, books, action figurines, awards. Most of us hold tight to something. Lyndal Osborne is no ...

  • Make a Beeline for these Botanicals

    Even if you claim to know nothing about the art world, you likely recognize a few major works. Van Gogh’s “Sunflowers,” Monet’s “Water Lilies,” ...

  • Simmons serves up a solo CD

    “This album is a bit non-genre specific,” says Simmons. “It goes into many different ‘flavours’ … that’s the type of guy I am, I guess!” Some of ...

  • Driscoll’s shift

    Steve Driscoll isn’t one of those. From troubling, muddy industrial works built on chicken wire and festooned with vinyl tubing, to delicate ...

  • Reggae Revolution

    Special to The Telegram Jim Fidler has a lot to say. And listening is a real pleasure. From global warming to the psychological effects of ...

  • Love, drama and landscape

    Falling in love with a painting can happen in many ways. The feeling can sneak up on you slowly over time, a gentle appreciation turning into a ...

  • Scott Goudie keeping it alive

    For Scott Goudie, still waters may bring visual inspiration, but Muddy Waters brings musical magic. Happily, both will be brought to life in the ...