On December 14, from 4 – 7 pm, the Havana Art Gallery on Commercial Drive, in Vancouver, will have its opening for its annual end-of-the-year group exhibit. At least half of the value of the paintings sold goes to A Loving Spoonful, a non-partisan organization in Vancouver that provides nutritious meals to persons with HIV/AIDS. The event is open to the public so please take this post as your personal invitation. If you cannot make it to the opening, the exhibit runs until January 6, so you have lots of time over the holidays to check out everyone’s paintings. I don’t want to scare you away, but I’ll have one on display too — not the one in this post, “Determinism versus Free Wool.” (But yes sir, yes sir, I’ll take three bags full).