September 7 & 8, 2019 - 10 AM to 5 PM

SAVE THE DATE

2019 Meet and Greet and 1st General Meeting
April 26 7-9pm

Artists on this year’s tour

Hover over pictures for information. Click through to individual artist pages.

Alana Lee

Painterly style traditional portraiture and fine art photography studio.

Allan Walker

Finding the right focus, understanding what I want to convey, is a challenge I happily embrace.

Avril Bull Jones

Where outdoors, exploration, studio and creative energies merge!

Barbara Bone

Mirror Wall Art of old Silver, China, metal and wood can make an interesting addition to an art collection.

Barbara Buntin

The textures, forms and movement of our physical world provide a metaphor for the inner workings of human nature.

Betsy Miller

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

Brenda Sullivan

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

Brynley Longman

Oil paintings, sculptures and virtual reality, is his media.

Carmel Bouzanne

Visiting the shorelines, rocks and houses of my native Newfoundland; some of these are imaginary while others are clinging to real rocks, in real time.

Carole & John Bandurchin

Carole and John produce pieces to be used around the house, placing a premium on good design and craftsmanship.

Chad Peters

Combining old and new technology to create unique metal art.

Charles Funnell

Charles’ work often reflects movement through the use of undulating lines and flowing forms.

Chris Montgomery

Chris’ work fresh, exciting and interpretive of classical design.

Christine Benson

My recent body of work is inspired by nature and my daughter.

Evelyn Haskell

Not only does her work connect the past with the present, it connects the present with the future.

Gillian Smith-Clark

I strive to find and capture the poetry of everyday life in my work.

Heather Cooper

Oil paintings that are lush, detailed and inspired by myth and nature.

Heike Kwok

Beautifully handcrafted bracelets and necklaces that incorporate semi-precious stones, Swarovski crystals and unique beads from around the world.

Jennifer Cahill

I take inspiration from my life and from my never ending colourful imagination.

Kate Morris

Vibrant abstract acrylics on canvas & colorful contemporary art quilts

Kathryn McHolm

Kathryn lives her art – it’s reflected in her garden, use of textiles and fibres.

Kelly Kirkham

Kelly Kirkham is a visual artist who incorporates puppet making into her body of work.

Ken Solilo

Capturing special moments when the light is just right is my passion. My photographic art is printed on canvas or metal.

Kitty Munro

Glass crafting that pushes the boundaries, while still showing respect for the traditional.

Kyle Stewart

Oil paintings that show memories of nature from an urban perspective.

Les Robling

Les captures light and shade and atmosphere of the moment.

Loretta Kaltenhauser

As a self taught, contemporary, award winning artist, Loretta expresses her visions in a spontaneous and direct fashion.

Luke Despatie

Luke’s expressive brushwork captures the fleeting light and movement of everyday scenes we might otherwise take for granted.

Lyn Smith

Striving for a balance between happy occurrence and imposed order Rhythm & Hues resonate with excitement, balance and whimsy.

Mary-Kate Pearce

Mary-Kate is awed by the beauty in nature and seeks to portray its splendour through her vivid use of colour.

Mike Smith

My work consists of contemporary abstracted and stylized landscapes in oil on canvas.

Nigel Dickson

This latest ‘portraitʼ series combines my love of masks and primitive art.

Pamela Tate

I paint because a I have to. Inspiration is found all around me every single day.

Petra and Frank Dettmann

Anything Glass is their chosen medium, together they make ART

Phill & Sandra Boyko

Whether bowls, platters, and other woodturned items, they create products which are finely finished and would add considerable beauty to any room.

Rebecca Last

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.

Rita Naras

Drawing is her primary medium of art, graphite, ink, coloured pencil and oil pastel.

Stanley Feldman

His signature ‘Cityscape’ series brings a cutting-edge creativity and sculptural quality to 2-dimensional work.

Terrie MacDonald

Decorated earthenware pottery inspired by textiles, my travels and my garden.

Wayne Mondok

My subject matter varies – I paint landscapes, cityscapes, still-life, wildlife, figurative work.