Tag: Oak Bay

Picasso's painting "The Acrobat," which is a blueish grey figure on a mustard yellow background with thin black strands in it. It is rectangular with greater hight than width. The figure has its head to the right, a large leg that starts below the neck and goes to the bottom right, an arm under that leg the is longer and end in the right corner of the canvas. There is then a thin arm with the hand in the bottom left and the end of the forearm attached almost directly across from the neck. The final limb is another foot bent at a 90 degree angle, which goes up into the top left and is attached between the thin arm and the neck.

Happy Friday from Picasso

The Acrobat, by Picasso, from 1929. It reminds us that a body is a thing that sometimes whirls and spins; that bodies are strange; and that all bodies are good bodies. Happy Friday everyone. This image was published in Pablo Picasso: Meeting in Montreal by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 1985.

A photo of a woman with long strawberry blonde hair looking down at a white medium sized dog who's head is in her lap. The the left are flies and binders on bookselves, and to the right are black drawers under a high front desk.

Daisy and Olivia

We always enjoy visits from Daisy!

A close up of model vertebrae , which are all placed together and standing in front of anatomical diagrams which we can see in the background.

Loving Our Bodies: Bones Included

Bodies are awesome. Bones are amazing. All bodies are good bodies.

Two women sitting to the right of a marble bar like front desk. They are both smiling broadly, and sitting in office chairs. The one on the left has long blonde hair, and the one on the right has long brown hair. There are yellow files on a shelf to the right.

Happy Friday from the Arbutus Team

Smiling faces to help our Friday be awesome. Good morning Caitlyn (left) and welcome Olivia (right)!

A woman with her black hair pulled rightly back into a bun is smiling to the left of the camera and wearing a black tank top. We can see her from the chest up. There are two splatter paint style paintings slightly out of focus in the background on either side of her head.

Meet Dr. Veronica Hewstan

Dr. Veronica Hewstan is our chiropractor! Veronica was nice and sat down with us today, at Discovery, for an interview (stay tuned). The paintings in the background are by Joe Rosenblatt.

A sign saying "Welcome to Oak Bay" is underneath who whale bones arranged like a wishbone with the wide end at the top. This is all surrounded by beautiful flowers. which are fully in bloom.

Those Oak Bay Bones

Sunny day in Oak Bay with some local art!

A young blonde boy standing on a rock surrounded bright blue water who is holding a small net. There is blue bright sky streaked with white clouds above him, and sail boats and green trees in the background.

Still Some Summer Left!

Making the most of the last days of summer at Oak Bay Marina.

A close up of the front tire of a parked bike without a rider. It is parked on a sidewalk and the sky behind it is blue with white fluffy clouds. There are out of focus shops in the distance.

Nice Ride and Future Red Barn

Nice ride spotted at the corner of Amphion and Oak Bay Ave. You can also see a future location of the Red Barn in the background! We’re excited!

A close up of four blueberry muffins sprinkles with sugar. They are on a white surface.

Those Days Clients Bring Breakfast

One of our clients brought in delicious muffins today! Thanks for sharing Libby!

Two different art works side by side. On the left is a black and white painting of a woman's head, shoulders, and chest. She has her hair in a large bun atop her head, and round thin glasses. Her left hand is visible coming up to brush her chin. Past her neck is a long sleeved black shirt that is done with water colour so it has a blurred, dripping aesthetic. On the right is an abstract piece with blues, pinks, black, and a mustard yellow strip on the right. It is done in water colour, and all the colours blur and drip together. It is painted on a white canvas.

Coffee with Sam Eldridge

August is over and the vibrant art of Sam Eldridge is no longer up at Discovery. Thanks, Sam, for adding some extra zip to our morning coffees!

Sandy Wilson stands in staff room and checks her email.

Sandy Wilson squeezing in a quiet moment

Sandy Wilson squeezing in a quiet moment for herself between clients.

A woman standing in an office with brown walls with her left arms on a bar like counter and her right arm flexed. She is smiling, has long black hair, darkwash jeans, and a long sleeved black shirt.

Meet Natasha!

Meet Natasha Watson! And a happy Friday to you all!

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