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WABI-SABI DESIGN

Finding Meaning and Beauty in Imperfection

JULIE BARNES Every item in Jim Hodges’ home has a story to tell. From The Chieftains poster, to old family photographs, to the art created by close friends and the vintage furniture, his space is brimming with character and personality at every turn. “You could say my house

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and my yard are my canvas,” he says. There are things you can tell about Jim just by wandering through his home. His interest in the arts is the most apparent, and his appreciation encompasses music, painting, illustration, sculp-

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ture, theatre and dance. Jim has made his living as an impresario since the ‘80s— bringing musical acts, theatre and dance performances to Saskatoon, and managing the marketing and publicity for each show. After every production, he frames the promotional

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poster as a keepsake. Prints fromThe Merry Widow, a Karen Kain performance and 25th Street Theatre’s national tour of Paper Wheat are just a few of many that grace his walls. “It’s a story about my life, moving through time and creating a visual memory,”

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Saskatoon HOME magazine Spring 2016  

Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...

Saskatoon HOME magazine Spring 2016  

Saskatoon Home magazine is the definitive and practical guide to quality home design, building, renovation, landscaping, and decor - specifi...