Justy Dennis is the product of a hippy upbringing in the tiny town of Matheson, Ontario. Her parents were creatives and her four sisters were a source of friendship, torture and endless laughter. Actually, her real name is Lisa but later in life she adopted Justy as her “street” name.
Her father, Bob, was a great influence in innovation, and instilled a deep love for the natural world. Her mother, Olga was a tsunami of creative projects, most of which were items of necessities like clothes, furniture and toys.
Justy has dipped her hands into many art forms but her main “go to” are yarnbombing and painting.
Check out the galleries for visuals.
It was wonderful to meet you, and to chat, at the open house. I can’t believe I didn’t know about The Loft until this year!! Thank you so much for the information on zentangles. Who knew…I used to do them as a child, but never put a name to them! I look forward to seeing your new work next year at the open house. Good luck, and take care until then!
thank you for the comment and for looking me up Chris. I’m glad you enjoyed the open house. It is one of my favorite times of year too. The only advice I can give is be careful for Zentangle is addictive. I may have to start my very own ZA chapter in Ottawa lol