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(Added 28 November 2007)

“puff”, Meredith Carruthers & Susannah Wesley, 2007

Sat. 21st 1792—I read of “a leaf imported from Botany Bay, which when dried goes off by the application of a match with an explosion of gunpowder, and the air is agreeably perfumed”. -An excerpt from The Diary of Mrs. John Graves Simcoe Wife of the Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Upper Canada, 1792-1796

Leisure projects presents a tribute to Elizabeth Simcoe in the form of a small red leaf in the Cloche Gallery.

The Cloche Gallery is an online blog and gallery, that uses a glass cloche as an exhibition platform or a starting point for new works of art. Recent participating artists include Billy Mavreas, Emilie O’Brien, Gaile Addison, Lance Blomgren, Sophia Isajiw, Charles Stankievech, Candice Tarnowski, joe ollmann and Peter Flemming. For more information contact Cloche Curator Matthew Forbes or visit: www.clochegallery.blogspot.com

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