Today I took a wrong turn while driving through Hespeler. As I’m learning, though, it’s hard to discover anything new by always travelling the same road.
It’s a good thing, too, because had I turned right instead of left, I wouldn’t have captured a door to share in Norm’s weekly feature, Thursday Doors.
The facade of this building has a slightly different vibe than most art galleries, yes?
Back at home (I managed to get there without getting lost again, in case you were wondering), Google informed me (here, here and here) that the Underground is a gallery, store and studio headed by Ean Kools, a local street artist.
As it happens, earlier today I picked up a flyer for the Cambridge International Street Art Festival, taking place this June. I had missed the festival last year, but I do plan on wandering the streets to check out this year’s gathering of artists as they work their magic (maybe I should bring a map?).
Thanks, as always, for visiting.