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Artists listed alphabetically by Last Name

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Bowman, Marlene
Seagirt Pottery

After nearly forty years of working with clay, this exquisitely responsive medium still inspires and excites me.

Chabot, Robert
Acrylic paintings reflecting my perceptions of the world around us. Metchosin Landscapes, Victoria Cityscapes, the world at night and other themes.

Coulter, Bonnie
Bonnie Coulter Art

I am at present working in an uncommon 2d technique using a fractured, mosaic like, surface that directs its own subject matter. The images ostensibly a deep rooted response from childhood exposure to story book chimera.

Grundmann, Detlef
Pebble Woodworks

Many of my pieces are made of locally sourced wood. I focus on both the technical, with traditional construction techniques, as well as the aesthetic, with designs that complement the wood and vice versa.

Lawlor, Rick
Red Star Blue Fish Studios

Using found materials to create humour and provoke preconceptions, Rick makes a diversity of works; in clay, as darkly humoured boxed art, eclectic furniture, or eccentric characters via penned illustrations.

McLean, Alice
McLean Studio

Pottery has been a great avenue for creativity since my first exposure to it, and continue to inspire me for the use of it.

Menzies, Angela
Angela Menzies Art

Angela's latest collection of paintings "Sizes", celebrates the beauty of real women and explores how women really feel about their body images.

Mitchell, Frank
Studio 580

Mostly plein air landscapes in oil and acrylic, with some portraits and political pieces. I like colour, geometry, and alternatives to conventional perspective.

Mitchell, Wendy
Studio 580

Over the years, I have learned to love the process of taking raw fleece and transforming it by spinning, then knitting, felting or hooking it into wearable garments and decorative art. I particularly enjoy demonstrating to the public the magic of spinning, proving that it is not an ancient or lost craft.

Morton, Elaine
Cliff Top Studio

I paint detailed, representational pictures of local wildflowers, shells and scenery, in watercolour. Delicately rendered images honouring the natural world.

Petow, Beverly
Bitchenheat Metalwerks

Metal objects for home & garden - engaging, sensual, inviting to live with. My designs using an array of found objects, hand construction, no patterns, all original and unique. Commissions welcomed.

Saddington, Morgan
MorganAnnDesigns

Beautifully crafted sterling silver and copper jewellery. Unique hand forged designs for everyone's tastes. Find that special gift for yourself or someone special. Please call ahead for studio visit.

Semple, Ann
Clayfoot Crockery

At Clayfoot Crockery you will find functional pottery which reflects the peaceful nature of sea and forest, and ornamental pieces for home and garden that are inspired by both the tempestuous and serene nature of the Pacific Northwest.

West, Jocelyn
Whispering Firs Studio

Jocelyn's latest paintings of west coast nature subjects explore how wind moves. She is currently working on Bella Coola grizzly bears. Her paintings are inspired by photographs she has taken on her travels up and down the coast of BC.

 


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