Monthly Archives: March 2018

Diane Gane, Just a peek!

The Amazing Diane Gane shows us her latest painted Masterpiece. Absolutely brilliant!

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The PlainsRunner Chapter 3

“At the end of chapter two Sage was coming to terms with her banishment, realizing that it had something to do with the artifact.  In chapter three she tries to figure out what is so dangerous about the artifact, while … Continue reading

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4 minutes!

Wow!! This is amazing technology! How to build a hotel in one easy lesson…. based on years of reaseach and design. . . of course! I am amazed. Enjoy my video, feel free to fast forward but you will  miss … Continue reading

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Who’s next?

Lorraine has been painting for just a few years. Every time I see a new piece of her work I am amazed at the progress. It is my pleasure to have her work on the walls of the Gallery. Her … Continue reading

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I’m Back!

Well that was not fun! The home office of oliveronline.ca was offline for a few days! No email! No internet just a phone. I’m going to figure out if I can run oliveronline on my iPhone. . . a project! … Continue reading

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The Plainsrunner – Chapter Two

At the end of chapter one, we left Sage as she was being banished from her village. Join her now as she ventures alone into a dangerous world. She can never again find safety within the village walls, and must … Continue reading

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Changes in the Air

Dear Oliver, Thank you so much again for the support. Oliveronline.ca’s main goal is to bring you the good news. I know they say if it bleeds it leads, however I am going out on a limb to bring you … Continue reading

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The Night Owl.

Available for your collecting pleasure, The Night Owl by Dawn MacRae.

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