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Artist showcase

Brian Reynolds

Brian’s love of photography started at age 9 while on family vacation to England capturing castles and spectacular landscapes with a Kodak Instamatic 100.  He studied creative photography at Humber College, worked many years at Canada’s largest photographic chain, and taught creative photography at Durham College.  Currently residing in Stouffville, he enjoys sharing past and current images highlighting many with inspirational quotes aimed at encouraging others to be the best they can be.
https://www.blurb.ca/ebooks/594942-reason-to-smile

Krista Sweet: KS Creations

Krista Sweet is a passionate craftswoman who has been creating hand-made treasures for over 25 years.  She has always been interested in pottery and began her journey with a two-hour lesson that turned into ‘create just one more piece’!  Each item is functional, unique and one of a kind.
@ks_creations_pottery

Emma Wigglesworth: Anxious Lady Crafts

Emma Joy Wigglesworth is a macramé and fabric artist living in Durham Region.  Using all Organic & Fair- Trade materials to create 100% handmade goodies for the home.  Her love for greenery and natural materials can be seen in all of her modern macramé creations.
@anxiousladycrafts

Jax Nasimok: Wild Ontario Photography

Jax Nasimok is a young Wildlife Photographer who focuses on highlighting Ontario’s wildlife.  He runs the small business Wild Ontario Photography to sell his photography mainly in the form of matted and framed prints.  He has also won multiple awards for his photography, including third place in Stouffville’s Art in the Park in 2019.
https://wildontariophotography.bigcartel.com

Alan & Alsa Wong: A-Designs Jewelry

A-Designs Jewelry is a home-based operation operated by Alan & Alsa.  This collaboration between technical skills and artistry has enabled the couple to develop a portfolio of functional yet stylish products.  They use a wide array of materials and incorporate their skills to make sure every piece is unique and of the highest quality.
www.adesignsornamentco.com

Antje Gagne: Pottery by Antje

Antje’s passion for pottery began in her homeland of Germany. She completed an apprenticeship at a salt-glaze pottery in Stadtlohn and studied Art and Design in Dortmund. Upon her arrival to Canada she studied Graphic Design at Canador College.  For a decade, Antje apprenticed at a pottery in Muskoka. She opened her studio in 2000 eventually relocating to Tiny Township – near the shores of the spectacular Georgian Bay – where she maintains a studio and show room at her home.
http://www.potterybyantje.ca

Jacob Whynot: Whynot Designs

Jacob is passionate about Art in the Park and displaying his unique and custom wood pieces for others to enjoy.  He is a red seal carpenter that turns live edge and reclaimed wood into one of a kind art.  Every piece is one-of-a-kind.
https://whynotdesigns.ca/

Juliana Sanguinetti

Juliana is an accountant by profession and a self-taught artist who began painting 7 years ago.  She uses acrylic on canvas or wood, occasionally mixing other media such as pen or oil pastel.  She is inspired by blue skies, sunshine, the ocean and the vivid colours and patterns in nature.
 @juliana_sanguinetti

Victor Molev

Victor was born in Nizhniy Novgorod (Russia) in 1955.  He graduated from architecture faculty and worked as an architect and theater set painter.  He participated in numerous exhibitions (both solo and general) in Russia, Israel, Europe and Canada.  His works can be found in private collections throughout Europe, United States, Australia, South Africa, Canada, Japan, and Israel.  He works in surrealist and neorealism styles.  Recently, he has drawn a lot of portraits of historical figures and popular icons, musicians and actresses. His oeuvre is a reflection of his sub- and semi-conscious, nevertheless, it is rooted in his daily experiences.
victor-molev.pixels.com

Deborah Watts: Tiny’s Studio

Originally from Thunder Bay, Deborah has worked with recycled items and fabrics for many years.  Creating one of a kind garden statues and teaching sculpting workshops with fabric has become her passion.  Using an environmentally friendly fabric hardener, wire, and recycled fabrics her creations are enhancing gardens across the region.
 
https://deborah0825.wixsite.com/mysite

Tara O’Connor

Tara O’Connor is an abstract acrylic fluid artist and experiments with resin. Her vibrant colour choices speak on her travels to Australia and South East Asia. Miss O’Connor enjoys creating unique paintings, charms, necklaces and house décor for any special occasion. Tara O’Connor is open for commissions.
 
www.taraoconnorartist.com

Brigitte Granton

An award-winning artist who paints vibrant Canadian landscapes in oil paint. Although formally trained in biology, she was introduced to painting at an early age by her artist father. Her paintings can be found in galleries and in private and corporate collections throughout the world.
 

brigittegranton.com