On Friday September 20th, the winner of the 2019 Uxbridge Studio Tour's $1000 Passport to Art raffle was drawn at The Second Wedge Brewing Company. This year's winner is Susan Allen of Sunderland. Congratulations Susan!
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People always ask how did you become a blacksmith. Did you apprentice for someone? Was your father in the trade? Have you seen “Forged In Fire”? As far as I can find no one related to me was involved with forging or metalwork in any way. Although it feels at times like there was some prior knowledge somehow.
The Uxbridge Studio Tour has a truly exceptional lineup of artists including (but not limited to) remarkable sculptors, painters, and woodworkers but did you know we also have a gilder?! Constance Laing is an artist who uses gold and silver leaf to create her unique works of art.
Over a span of 45 years Ross Colby has built hundreds of early Canadian style pine furniture pieces. Now Ross has discovered a new passion for contemporary, mid-century modern and retro 1950's & 1960"s designs.
Not only is Uxbridge a bustling arts community, it is also a thriving food and agricultural hub.
A number of studios and sponsors on the Uxbridge Studio Tour are wheelchair accessible. We have created a helpful map so that you can plan your weekend quickly and easily.
This studio tour weekend is the perfect time to discover all that Uxbridge has to offer, so re-energize yourself by enjoying a feast of local food at some of our favourite Uxbridge restaurants.
From gorgeous pieces by local Uxbridge artists to those by world reknowned artists, Lisa Matheson and Frank Coy home is filled with art that makes their heart sing.