NANOOSE BAY  2019  Studio Tour
Studios are open all year
 
 
 
Artists & Artisans
 
These four artists will only be showing at Information Centre at Nanoose Place during the Nanoose Bay studio tours but are also available by appointment.

Sheila Warren Fine Art
Original, impressionistic landscapes and nature studies in oil representing the varied beauty of Canada.


Web: sheilawarren.com Facebook: sheilawarrenfineart
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Kees Wood Art
Kees Luchs

Beauty and style applies to functional and decorative woodwork. Mirrors, spoons, boxes, jewelry, vases etc.


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Hot Rocks Jewellery
Susan Stevens

Jewellery with a story to tell! Creating jewellery by repurposing treasures from the past.


Web: vintagehotrocks.ca
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Instagram: hotrocksjewellery
Will not be participating in Christmas Crawl
Kelly Corbett Fine Art
Fine Art, acrylic realist landscape paintings, featuring stunningly beautiful locations in B.C.


Web: kellycorbett.ca
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Instagram: kelly_corbett_artist
Facebook: kellycorbettartist
 

 
 
#1 Phoenix Gallery
Glasskrafter Art Glass | Christopher Smith

Kiln cast and fused glass and custom stained glass. Commissions welcomed and private classes offered.

Web: glaskrafter.com
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Will not be participating in Christmas Crawl




Dragonfly Pottery | Jane Murray Smith

Fine handmade pottery: raku, saggar, horsehair and feather decorative pieces as well as functional ware for everyday.

Web: dragonflypottery.ca
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Will not be participating in Christmas Crawl
#5 Phillips Pottery & Rolf Phillips Photography

Hand made functional & decorative pottery, ranging from raku to electric & wood firings. Nature photography.


Web: phillipspottery.com
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#6 Knut Pottery Plus
Al & Veronica Knutson

Unique handmade functional pottery, together with weaving, quilting & other fibre arts.


Web: knutpottery.com
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#7 Lee River Wood Turning
Ron & Karen Zaborniak

Turned bowls, vases, platters and boxes from Arbutus and other local wood.


Web: leeriverwoodturning.com
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#8 Glass Kite Stained Glass Studio
Dalyce Knight

Inspired by the world around us, traditional methods are used to create handcrafted stained glass.


Facebook: glasskitestudio
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#9 Notch Hill Art
Judith Lapadat

Original oil paintings featuring Canadian landscapes. Also seascapes, nocturnes, abstracts and small format plein air studies.


Web: notchhillart.com
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#13 Carmichael Canvas
Craig Carmichael

Craig’s images celebrate the powerful connection between humans and nature. Find what speaks to you!


Web: carmichaelcanvas.com
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#14 Vera Dover

Original Canadian west coast oil paintings of wildlife, seascapes, mountains; and art note cards.


Web:
veradoverartist.com
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#15 Clay and Brush Studio
Marie Paquette

Clay objects, each with its own character. Brush explorations in ink and/or acrylic. Original Art cards.


Web: mariepaquette.blogspot.ca
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#16 Shambles Jewelry
Bev Ganie

Unique rustic bohemian jewelry celebrating mixed metals and gemstones.


Facebook: Shambles Jewelry Design
Instagram: Shambles_Jewels


Will not be participating in Christmas Crawl
 
 
#17 Red Cod Forge
Dave Kasprick

Artistic blacksmithing, all types of metal.

Facebook: facebook.com/Red Cod Forge
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#17 Affinity Stone Jewellery & Design
Debra Kasprick

Fresh, inspired designs using metals, stones and leather. Inherently organic and truly unique.

Facebook: AffinityStoneJewelleryAndDesign
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#19 The Richard Alm Studio


Realistic or representational seascapes and landscapes, urban and rural with a bright, happy palette.


Web: richardalm.ca
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Will be OPEN for Christmas Crawl
 
 
#20 Katherine Meredith Art Studio


Various subjects from impressionism to abstracts in bold, colorful acrylics, based on my mood or inspiration.


Facebook: facebook.com/kathymeredithart
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Will not be participating in Christmas Crawl