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Abigail Connell
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Abigail Connell’s limited production and one-of-a-kind jewellery focuses on contrast — between the smooth and the rough, the old and the new, the humble and the precious.

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Allan Short
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Al is a photographer who takes images of what he sees, landscapes, cityscapes, architecture, and what he calls time and motion.

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Barry King
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His pen and inks, watercolours, oils and prints can be seen at his new Gallery by the Grove, on the edge of the Northumberland Forest.

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Betsy Miller
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I apply vibrant contrasting colour, tones and tints, scraping with a palette knife, until I see something meaningful created with texture,colour, and form.

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Brenda Sullivan
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Art Deco tea pots, dragon mugs and every day items are presented in a funk-tional way to lighten your day; sculptures to inspire.

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Chris Montgomery
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My goal is to continually challenge my design, technical and artistic ability by stretching the boundaries of my medium and thereby simply to bring beauty into your life.

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Christine Benson
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My nature-inspired linocuts combine Japanese papers, hand-stitching, collage and paint allowing me to playfully experiment with colour and pattern.

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Dorothy Siemens
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Working in the medium of oil and cold wax, my paintings are influenced by nature’s beauty and bounty, decorative art and repetitive pattern.

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Edward Hagedorn
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I work in various media with visual interests ranging from my backyard pond, to newspaper photos, to studies of modern masters.

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Elizabeth Vercoe
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Elizabeth’s intuitive use of bold colour and line embrace spontaneity. Unrestricted by subject or medium, her paintings are an eclectic mix of painterly realism and abstract play.

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Evelyn Haskell
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Unique handcrafts made from vintage fabrics: upcycled hats, bags and stuffed animals; knitted and felted mittens; knitted necklaces; and other woolly treats.

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Grant Parnell
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Cutting boards, spice mills, lamps and serving trays are just some of the items I’ve created. All pieces are as beautiful as they are functional!

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Heather Cooper
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Heather is a fine artist with a celebrated career that spans over 40 years. Her oil paintings are lush, detailed and inspired by myth and nature.

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Jana Ewart
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Jana’s imaginative colours and expressive brush stokes reflect her observations of life in Northumberland County, Provence, France, and Northern New Mexico.

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Judy Parnell
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Cotton, wool & silk are just some of the natural fibres I use in my weaving to create everything from household linens to sumptuous wraps and scarves.

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Kathryn McHolm
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Kathryn lives her art – it’s reflected in her garden and use of textiles and fibres. This year she’s made a tattered cotton quilt into paper for her watercolours and drawings.

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Keith Cornell
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Keith’s style is all over the place. Rather than limit himself to a strict set of boundaries, he approaches each subject with an open mind.

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Les Robling
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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.

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Lorelyn Morgan
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I use traditional wheel-throwing combined with a variety of hand-building techniques, and I like to incorporate strong sculptural forms, rich, earthy glazes and occasional mosaic decoration into my work.

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Marcela Rosemberg
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Beauty, simplicity, elegance and functionality are essential components in her designs. She’s always looking for that special blend of colour and texture that leads to each piece of art she carefully designs.

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Michiko Nakamura
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Michiko’s sculpture and ornamental pieces integrate inspiration from nature through a holistic, collaborative approach between the clay, fire and herself.

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Nancy Gagné
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Nancy creates 100% natural cold process soaps and herbal skin care using plants from her gardens and local ingredients.

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Nancy Moore
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My style is largely experimental with an emphasis on landscape, figure, portrait and abstract art. I strive to convey a mood or evoke an emotion using loose lines, rich textures and bold colours.

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Pamela Tate
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Current works explore the nature of relationships through dynamic movement, stillness, generous support and intimate trust.

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Rebecca Last
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The view from Rebecca Last’s Northumberland studio acts as her constantly shifting and evocative model – the oncoming and erratic climatic conditions notable on Rice Lake.

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San Murata
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Inspired by his Japanese roots, European travels and Northumberland home, San’s folk art landscapes and everyday scenes reveal a light, masterful style and a magical sense of place.

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Stephen Gillberry
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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.

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