Sima Sushi

Shirley Gibson-Langille


at 66 Princess Street used to be The Star Fruit and Candy Store in the 1940s. My mother bought me a treasure chest at their closing sale. It is now the colourful popular Sima Sushi Restaurant. I enjoyed painting it from my car across the street . I decided to go over to see the inside . It was beautifully decorated . One wall is the original Limestone with lovely paintings hung on it. I met the charming June Kim Cho, co-owner with her husband David.
About the artist:

Shirley Gibson-Langille was born in Toronto, but now calls Kingston home, where she is very active in the arts scene. As a Romantic Painter, Shirley works on location, taking the time to connect with her subject, always with a feeling of joy for the love of things just as they are!   

Over the past many years, Shirley has given and continues to give her artists’ perspective to so many of the unique nooks and crannies of Kingston, as well as the other special locations she captures in her work.

Shirley specializes in Portraits of homes and businesses.

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