Combining realism and impressionism, Lynn is know for her horse paintings but also paints a wide variety of subject matter including animals, trees and flowers using vivid colours, movement and spontaneity.
Isolating various elements found in nature and then incorporating their essence into abstract and impressionist compositions, Stephen has created a body of work that transcends language and invokes a sense of wonder.
Red earthenware allows for endless decorative possibilities of layering slip, drawing, and apply colourful food safe glazes. Inspired by textile design and gardening my pottery is meant for everyday pleasure and special occasion celebrations.
I have been exploring natural dyeing, as well as an organic indigo vat. Shibori stitching and clamping techniques are used to pattern the fabric, which is made into scarves, simple garments and accessories.
Les’s paintings often focus on Port Hope and surrounding countryside. However, he is equally at home painting portraits as well scenes from Wales, land of his birth, and other countries that he has visited.