Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Andrew and Sandra Goss are award winning jewellers from Owen Sound, Ontario. Sandra's "S" Tube Earrings and Andrew's "J" Bracelets made from Cellulose Acetate are just some of the pieces we have in the store. You can see more of their work on their website or by visiting the store.

Monday, May 25, 2009


A large selection of new scarves by Helen Benninger. Again this year we  have a number of Helen's ribbon and scrappy scarves in a  variety of colours. We also have Helen's new velvet scarves, a wonderful addition to any winter wardrobe.

Left to right: Red Velvet Scarf, Scrappy Scarf Details, Red Ribbon Scarf.
Click Helen's link for more pictures.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Glenn Elliott is a local artist who works in a variety of mediums. This sculpture, titled 'Kneeling Man', is a smoke fired ceramic work and it is  18" high x 16" wide. Recently Glenn has been working on his ' Tattoo Series', wall sculptures based on tattoos from the thirties and forties.  A variety of materials are used to create these pieces including stainless steel cutlery. To view more of Glenn's work click the link to his website.
This incredible Maple Burl bowl was turned by Maynard Bauman from St. Jacobs, Ontario. We carry a number of Maynard's bowls in a variety of sizes and woods. This bowl is a low flat bowl roughly  measuring 12 x 17 1/2 inches.
Paul Gray Diamond from Coboconk, Ontario produces finely turned wooden vases using Blackwood for the necks and a variety of Canadian and imported woods for the bases. The vases pictured here stand 5 to 8 inches tall. 

Monday, May 18, 2009

This beautiful theatrical bowl was a collaborative work of husband and wife team, Thomas Aitken and Kate Hyde. For more of their work click the link to their website.

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Village Studios sells hand made Canadian art and craft, including pottery, jewellery and glass.The perfume bottle in the picture is by Susan Belyea of Glass Roots, Kingston Ontario. It is sitting in front of a deep blue vase by Quebec artist, Pauline Pelletier. The handpainted glass plate is by Caroline Jonas, Toronto and the necklace is by Elaine Wigle of Collingwood, Ontario. The black rice bowl is by Lilach Lotan, British Columbia.