Art Walk exhibit at Picnic.

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A low-key chat about red wine somehow led to the nice folks at Picnic suggesting I hang wildlife portraits during Art Walk on Phinney Ridge.

It was a great event. Getting to know the neighbourhood was made even better by winemaker Travis Scarbough serving his latest wines.

Missed the show? Hungry? Out of wine? No problem, the images will be up for a while and Picnic has some of the best food and wine in town.

Big thanks to Anson, Jenny and Travis.

– Josh

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