Amandala’s Restaurant at 375 Water Street Peterborough Menu
The grand premier of the “Healing” Auracature Art Collection last week(end) was a great success and Amanda Menard, owner of Amandala’s Fine Dining Restaurant in Peterborough Ontario, has requested that 12/22 pieces of the collection continue being shown at her establishment.
Some of the collection being featured at Amandala’s can be seen at the The Auracature Art Website
Last Saturday night, an Ennismore resident, won the door prize: the “Healing” Auracature: “Boundless.” It was really exciting.
As the artist of this very special collection I posted this expression of my thanks for this collection being publicly debuted by posting a short YouTube thanks before the Saturday theme night.
If you can still head out to Amandala’s for drinks and a delicious meal, you can sit in take in this magnificently meaningful expression of “Healing.”
I posted these two articles last week before the show.
We were featured in the Peterborough Examiner and with a little elbow grease and communal effort, we got the Spelling of “AURACATURE” Corrected in the headline.
It’s Auracature not Auracture! Sterling Sinclair’s new “Healing” Auracature Art Collection’s BIG Saturday night Debut at Amandala’s in Peterborough get put in paper! Spelled Wrong! How funny is that!? Sept 28 2019
Sterling Sinclair’s Healing Auracature Art Collection Public Premier at Amandala’s Restaurant in Peterborough Ontario September 24 to 28, 2019
This is the Auracature Event from Last Week on Facebook
The following are some candid photos from the evening. Sorry for the blurry faces (I didn’t know if people wanted their faces put in this post).
You can find more information about the process of canvas creation, the spontaneous nature of Auracature Art, a bit more of my Biography and information regarding the inspiration of this collection at my art web page:
I drew this entire collection with my Wild Turkey feather quill shown in the above photos. I did the “Healing” Auracature Art collection when I embarked on my healing and miracle quest. I received my miracle around the long weekend of August 2019. When I began rapidly healing, I knew it was time to share this collection with the world. I hope all who view these pieces, find “Healing” to be an inspirational, assuring hug, that joyfully sings: “NEVER EVER GIVE UP! THERE IS ALWAYS HOPE!!”
Yesterday, I found some reflections / poems that I wrote in the spring of 2019. I tried writing as a neuroplasticity exercise in an effort to overcome my rapidly advancing Neurocognitive Impairment. At 52 years old, I could find no help. I was even banned from group activities at the Belleville Alzheimer’s Association. When the Alzheimer’s Association won’t meet with you when other people are around, you know it is bad. The stigma is real out there. I had almost hit the absolute bottom and came very close to the edge of giving up when I found miracle. This is the video I filmed yesterday regarding my struggle and hopeful healing path as I conquer the negative effects of neurocognitive impairment. I am a Neurocognitive Impairment Survivor – NEVER EVER GIVE UP! My Autobiographical Video Segment
With much love and many blessings,