2023 Artists - Work In Progress
Welcome to the 2023 artist lineup page! Planning for this year's tour is underway. This page is a work in progress but please come back again to find out who will be a part of this year's tour.
Anja Kooistra creates expressive sculptures using fabrics, clay and natural materials. Her unique pieces are perfect for indoors or garden.
Inspired by her rural surroundings, watercolourist Anne Mizen strives to capture the idea of the incredible beauty around her.
Audrey Morgan’s work strives to convey the beauty she sees in nature. Sterling silver, copper & gemstones are her materials of choice.
Painter Bert Liverance creates brightly coloured floral watercolour & oil paintings in a hyper-realistic style with stunning details.
Catharina Goldnau mixes her own clay, altering surfaces and the traditional ceramic composure of the clay, leading to unique, beautifully textured works.
Stunning handcrafted fashion pieces created from quality leather by Chandra Cutter - Natural materials crafted using historical techniques.
Painter Colin Whitebread uses colour, mixed media, and textured surfaces to interpretively explore a variety of subjects.
Daniel Colby creates striking commissioned portraits and light-filled streetscape paintings combining architecture, landscape and reflections.
Metal sculptor Daniella Boerhof takes great joy in being able to create both large and small pieces to display inside or outside.
Each work of art that artist David Trotter creates inspires him to push the traditional boundaries of what leather can be used for.
The unique style and impact of Aboriginal fine artist Donald Chrétien springs from his combined passion for colour and woodland-style expression.
Erin Le Page
Port Perry artist Erin Le Page will steal your heart away with her beautiful prints portraying touching moments of tenderness and togetherness.
The constant exploration of new materials and scale make Fly Freeman's sculptures and functional artworks - including furniture and lighting - truly unique.
Francis Muscat is a multi-media sculptor with a passion for glass, his work is figurative, architectural, whimsical, and never fails to surprise.
Gordon Reidt's love for nature has evolved from photography into creating stone artworks guided by the individual characteristics of each stone.
Painter & Mixed Media Artist Hanneke Koonstra creates bright colourful works of art in watercolour, alcohol ink, acrylic and oil paint.
James Warburton combines his love of music, art and woodworking by creating beautiful classical guitars and furniture pieces.
Jeaninne Rosenberg creates beautiful one-of-a-kind jewellery pieces that respect and accentuate the unique characteristics of each stone.
Pattern, colour, structure and the way we see motivates Judith Tinkl's work which encompasses traditional quilts and various textile based constructions.
With nature as her constant companion, Julia Spittel is inspired to create unique works of wearable glass art that resemble scenes of land, sea and sky.
Inspired by other cultures, Kimberley Price may string antique silver beads from northern Afghanistan with Venetian beads traded into Africa in the late 1800s.
Whimsical and colourful one-of-a-kind handcrafted glass beads, jewellery and fibre work by local artist Kirsty Naray will bring a smile to your face.
Make art an everyday joy in your life with one-of-a-kind functional pieces by Uxbridge potter Krista Sweet.
The subjects of Lynda Cunningham's oil paintings reflect the rapidly disappearing scenes of rural Ontario and its domestic farm animals.
Lynn Bishop's diverse mixed media constructs communicate with the viewer on a multitude of levels. Mixed Media Art for Contemporary Spaces.
Two and three-dimensional painted basswood sculptures with inlaid beadwork displayed in a sun-drenched studio: a highly saturated experience.
Margaret Grandison enjoys immersing herself into the landscape and finds herself drawn to the play of light and shadows.
Blacksmith Mark Puigmarti creates one-of-a-kind contemporary hand forged metalwork at his unique studio the Sparks Will Fly Forge.
Mike Wilkins turns scrap metal, found items and reclaimed wood into one-of-a-kind furniture pieces and sculpture with a contemporary flair.
Monique van Wel
Monique van Wel is an award winning gold-silversmith and custom jewellery designer, specializing in one-of-a-kind design.
Eco-friendly, renewable & gorgeous - Authentic bag designs by Nancy Newman that are better for you, better for the earth, better for all of us.
Nancy R. Chalut
Oil Painter Nancy Chalut began on a shop floor as an apprenticing cabinetmaker sketching, drawing and working out details for fine furniture.
The advent of the digital age ended Nicholas Tinkl's career as a photographic technician and entirely changed his approach to photography.
Paula Lishman knits sustainable and natural fur items including shawls, scarves, hats, headbands, ponchos and throws.
Rashmi Baird is a printmaker, sculptor, and woodland creature. Exploring creative source work through the use of the body, love and magic.
Ray McNeice creates acrylic and watercolour works that capture the emotion, beauty and movement of the world around us.
Sarah Holtby captures exquisite detail in pencil and mixed media - examining the sacred, the beautiful and unspoken memory of a feeling.
Glass Artist Sarah Porter's hobby grew quickly into a love of combining colours and textures to create stunning works of functional and sculptural art glass.
Saundra Reiner is a painter & potter who works with porcelain and stonework clay bodies in the cone 8 range. Her porcelain work is often highlighted with 22K gold.
Inspired by changing light, form and colour, the work of painter Sharon Nielsen is described as ‘magical’ by many of her followers.
Using colours inspired by Chagall, Susan Whitebread transforms reclaimed everyday items into unique works of art that will make your heart sing.
Vanessa Slater's singular cups, pots and bowls invite touch and interaction with each piece. Her pottery work shines with vibrant colours and playful composition.