Susanne James

Susanne James Pottery Susanne creates stoneware pottery, both hand-built and wheel-thrown, including mugs, bowls, and platters.  Her work is inspired by the natural beauty of her surroundings in the Haliburton Highlands.  Some pieces are imprinted with real pine boughs and pine cones, creating a true Haliburton souvenir.  Others have the ever-popular dragonfly motif.  Susanne has … Continue reading »
Susanne James

Shelley Beach

Shelley Beach Artist’s Statement Living in the breathtakingly beautiful Haliburton Highlands is the inspiration for my work. The magic of using fluid, water-based mediums provides a means of expressing a sense of harmony with my environment. Working intuitively, I discover connections and establish an identity through my sense of place. Patterns and symbols emerge to … Continue reading »
Shelley Beach

Susan Hay

Susan Hay Susan Hay Studio I began drawing and painting as a child using Walter Foster “How to Paint” books as my guide.  After I retired from nursing, I began taking courses at the Haliburton School for the Arts.  I love to paint landscapes, especially depicting the Haliburton Highlands.  I use lots of texture and … Continue reading »
Susan Hay

Kyla Grexton

Kyla Grexton Keep Me in Stitchez My love of fibre arts started with a teacher bringing her table loom into my grade 1 classroom. I then started weaving and selling potholders. At age 9, my mom taught me to crochet and my grandmother taught me how to knit. I entered my first afghan into the … Continue reading »
Kyla Grexton

Gerry Hogaboam

Gerry Hogaboam Tall Trees Studio Painterly, bold, expressive strokes of paint – representational and abstract – capture the essence of Gerry Hogaboam’s chosen subject in watercolour and acrylic. Gerry’s technical skill and personal style continue to develop through daily painting and intensive studies, since 2006, at the Haliburton School of the Arts and international workshops. … Continue reading »
Gerry Hogaboam

Chris Montgomery

Chris Montgomery A professional Stained Glass Artist for 42 yrs and Jewellery Designer for 16 yrs. Innovative design incorporating ‘found objects’, whimsical accents and rare items collected on her world travels, keeps Chris’ work fresh, exciting and interpretive of classical design. Chris specializes in commissions, custom work and restoration from her fully equipped glass studio … Continue reading »
Chris Montgomery

Jacqui Clarkson

Jacqui Clarkson Northern Needles Jacqui Clarkson has taught needlework for almost 30 years in both Canada and the USA. She is drawn to nature especially flowers. Her Christmas tree ornaments have been chosed to hang on The White House tree in Washington DC and are now part in the Smithsonian’s Collection. Clarkson enjoys creating beaded … Continue reading »

Rossana Dewey

Rossana Dewey I am an observational artist.  My  paintings are scenes of everyday moments and experiences. I focus on capturing the essence of a subject rather than expressly copying the information I see in order to create a work that expresses a sense of time, place and feeling.
Rossana Dewey