Did you know that Eleanor. . . 

1. is a soprano in the Whitehorse Community Choir and is performing Mozart's Requiem with an orchestra on May 6th and 7th at the Arts Centre?

2. lives in a log house with a wood stove?

3. once sold an art piece made out of recycled coke cans for over $2,000? True story—and will never happen again. 

4. shares her birthday with the declaration of war (WWII) on Germany?

5. is half German and lived in Berlin before moving to Whitehorse, but is not a German citizen?

6. voted for Obama.. and is an American citizen?

7. has experienced the Burning Man festival twice?

8. spent two weeks on an Enfield motorcycle in the Himalayan foothills in India?

9. has dined on corn-on-the-cob in the company of a killer elephant?

10. has a four year hair plan? For details please ask… she likes to talk about hair. 

 

5 comments




by margriet Aasman

I want to see a picture of that coke can artwork! Can’t wait to hear you in the Requiem! Good Luck!

05.05.2011

by Jennifer

so, how far into the four year hair plan are you?

05.05.2011

by Eleanor

Well, I’m in year 2… and a half. Although there was a major set back before Christmas when a bad haircut cost me inches! The goal is long voluptuous waves in my 20s… I’m cutting that deadline pretty tight though.

05.05.2011

by Leith Hill

... a female barber once said that I had a finely shaped noggin. Now I see what she means Eleanor ...  cause you did a fine job of getting mine just right with your brush work that night at the Old Firehall. Thanks for this colorful visual.

05.29.2011

by eleanor

You sure do Leith! Glad you enjoyed it. I’ll be showing some of my drawings at Gallery 22 in July. I hope you’ll drop by.

05.30.2011

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