The storefront at 64 Walton Street has been taken over by Critical Mass in celebration of the Port Hope Fall Fair!
The 12′ tall windows have become a kind of crazed apothecary-cum-pantry, with a floor-to-ceiling assortment of canning jars stuffed with tiny works of art, crochet granny squares, miniature farm animals and tractors, little toy fruits and veg… anything and everything related to fall harvest and farm life.
The display has been attracting lots of attention from curious locals and tourists alike.
A big thank you to:
building owners Phil Carter and Sheilagh Fletcher for allowing Critical Mass occupy the windows,
the Board of Directors of the Port Hope Fall Fair for welcoming our participation
and especially to artists Fiona Crangle and Liz Parkinson for creating the first Critical Mass installation!