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check out an art gallery neither of us has visited before.
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Go for a cup of coffee and visit a local art gallery or attraction.
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go to a coupla Art Gallery openings & then a live music event?
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Take a tour at an art gallery that, conveniently enough, serves wine?
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check out the collection at the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
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spend the afternoon exploring the art galleries at Bergamot Station.
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I was born in Queens, and grew up mostly in suburban NJ. Studied Art History (after changing my major from Pre-Med/Psychology), and worked at an NYC art gallery for 4 years. Attended the Natural Gourmet Institute for Health and Culinary Arts, and am now a Personal Chef specializing in health-supportive, organic cuisine.
I've had the chance to travel a lot. some of the most memorable, a Redwood forest right outside of Medocino. One art gallery owner I met called it the "Enchanted Forest", and she was right. Let me see, others that rank up there...
-The top of Table Mountain in Cape Town and Soweto in Johannesburg
-The top of the Space Needle in Seattle
-The Tower of London.
I am an attractive, successful, physically fit 47 y/o
DWM, 6' tall, 190 lbs. with dark brown hair and green
eyes. Most women who have met me tell me that I have a
BEAUTIFUL SMILE, RADIO VOICE, and I've been told I
give pretty good massages!:) Outside of the physical
stuff, I have a variety of interests, which include
reading, working out, going to sporting events and
concerts, art gallery/restaurant openings, and playing
Texas Hold ‘Em. I am a native Atlantan (yes,
still a few of us around), work as a recruiter,
own residential real estate. I am straightforward, have NO KIDS , LITTLE BAGGAGE, a slightly off-beat sense of humor, and definitely NOT into playing "head games."
Went to art school in Maine and then worked at an art gallery for 5 years. When I got bored with that I hoped on a bus to New York, crashed with a friend for a month, found a job waiting tables and an apartment. I've now been in NYC for 6 years, live in Brooklyn, make lots of art and enjoy meeting new people. 2010 was a rough year for me as I had lots of crazy surgery and had to leave my job. So now I'm exploring all the other options life has to offer and having fun doing it!
I'm originally from LA but I left after high school and went to school in Boston then moved to Chicago and New York. I also spent 6 months in Guatemala.
I love being back in LA and enjoy the nice weather and outdoor activities. I ran the LA marathon last year and hope to travel to different cities to run half marathons/marathons. I like discovering new and interesting restaurants, going out for drinks and going to art galleries/cultural places.
I grew up in a small VT town and spent many weekends on the ski slopes with my family. After going to college in Maine and studying art history & French in Paris, I moved to the city to work at an art gallery. For the past 10 years, I've worked in the insurance industry as a fine art specialist. When it comes to my character, I’m still a small town girl at heart, but my sense of adventure and love for arts & culture make me feel right at home in New York.
Hello. Thanks for reading my profile. This is the story of how I came to Canada. Will you join me in creating what happens next? :-)
I was fortunate to start with dual citizenship and two languages. Born on the US Naval Base in Rota, Spain. Got to experience diversity growing up in Germany, Morocco, Puerto Rico and several US States (NY, Virginia and Florida).
Lucky to get to Miami in time to finish High school and start College. Majored in Broadcasting which included one of my favorite hobbies: Photography. My luck and education continued in Orlando where I studied Film at the University of Central Florida with the makers of the Blair Witch Project. Pretty Cool, huh? While waiting for degree took extra film courses at University of South Florida in Tampa.
Creative ambition lead me to Hollywood, California in 1995, where I transitioned into an official onscreen actor. Became a member of the Screen Actors Guild and did Background and Special Skills work. While there was told about how good things were for Film / TV in Canada and first considered the move. A Visa and money were required. So taking into account that great achievements involve great risk. Took advantage of degree to teach English in Asia.
Went to Seoul and then Tokyo. Taught English, did Voice-Over work plus acting. Then after two years living in a place where I did not speak the language, got an offer in Spain where I do and reunited with family. My sister, nephew and sometimes my mother live there along with a few aunts, uncles and cousins.
Settled in Madrid where I used language skills and resourcefulness to start a luggage storage business. This allowed the flexibility to go to auditions and act. Was featured in mostly commercials and a few features and even was an American accent coach once. From there I again attempted to immigrate to Canada, but found it made more sense to go to the UK first and try from there. So in August 2007 I moved to London, UK.
From London, UK I started the Canadian immigration process. While there I continued acting and took acting, voice and singing classes at the City Lit and Morley College. Even though I had been acting for a while I had no formal training. Then in April 2011 I got my Canadian Visa and booked my flight. I considered Vancouver, but thought Toronto had more potential for work, exploring and new adventure.
I try to live a good, honorable life and practice moderation. Being active, healthy and keeping fit are important. I enjoy exploring (hiking / traveling) and go someplace I've never been before at least once a week. I respect myself / others and take responsibility for my actions. I can be a bit ambitious / overzealous but when I make mistakes, I take immediate steps to fix them. I'm open to change, without compromising my values. Even though I like spending some time alone each day, I enjoy socializing with quality people. Overall, I'm happy with my life and the only thing that would truly make it better is finding the right person to share it with.
We could check out the Royal Ontario Museum. Take the ferry to the Toronto Islands. Visit the St. Lawrence Market. Explore the Harbourfront where we can rent skates to take ice skating at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. Take pictures of cool neighborhoods like the Distillery Historic District, Art Gallery of Ontario, Hockey Hall of Fame, Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre and Queen West for example. Or if the weather is bad, walk the underground path from Union Station to Trinity Square. We can also do stuff like go to the movies, comedy clubs and outdoor festivals or go bowling (five pin or regular) and shoot pool.
The best relationship is one in which your love for each other exceeds your need for each other. I'd like to find the right woman to share that kind of love with. So if you'd like to join me and give my story a Happy Ending then please drop me a line. ;-) If we have the right chemistry, we might be able to write a few new chapters together.
P.S. You can view my Youtube channel: www.youtube.com/roccosalata and give me feedback on that or my profile if you like. Thanks and take care.
Hmmm... a lazy morning with no agenda... get out of bed, chill and get breakfast even if it is way past breakfast time... :) the rest of the day... just let it falls, whatever comes to mind, so be it! Be it a visit to a museum, art gallery, farmers market, an afternoon hike, a walk on the beach, drive down the pacific coast highway, gathering with friends, doing a painting, just listening to music..... whatever that falls into place is what I will treasure and enjoy! It is the moment that means the most! :)
The Lever House on Park Avenue. Great art gallery.
New Orleans was a recent awesome place for me, definitely not burbon street, but right next to it is a full row of art galleries and cafes that really show new Orleans character... Great place