Haliburton's public art gallery is a destination for anyone who wants to know more about the Haliburton art and craft scene. Exhibitions by regional artists and an eclectic gallery shop in our vintage rail station ENGAGE visitors and provide INSIGHT into Haliburton's evolution from lumber boom-town to cultural destination to culturat gem. For a curated selection of handcrafted functional art and cratt, visual art, artist cards, books by local authors, souvenirs and Gift Certificates check our online shopping section.
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We have a wide selection of handcrafted gifts and original for the home or cottage made by Canadian Artists in the Haliburton region.
Finely crafted ceramics - one of a kind bowls, mugs, platters and vases.
Upcycled glassware by Artech Glass Blowing Studios, a traditional glassblowing studio nestled in the Highlands of Ontario, Canada producing great upcycled glass tableware and handmade barware.
All Cherry boards, natural oil finish. For entertaining and general use, available in many sizes.
Jacquie taught needlework for almost 30 years in both Canada and the USA. She is drawn to nature especially flowers, and has created ornaments that have hung in the White House (now part of the Smithsonian Collection), wearable art and jewelry.
I have worked in different media over the years, but prefer acrylics for my Paint Parties and mural work! Happy Painting !!!
ARTIST CARDS in our online shop.
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.
Featuring maps of the area with iconic imagery. Paintings, magnets and reproductions.
ARTIST CARDS in our online shop.
Original paintings and reproductions.
I have a deep interest in creating....working with various mediums, mainly watercolour, acrylic, graphite, I started out drawing portraits when I was quite younundation that I built upon, my next step wMy goal today is to try to share my work as much as possible. I believe the job of an Artist is to help introduce some beautiful culture to our everyday lives.
I have a natural ability to replicate what I see or create images from my imagination and worked in IT for 20 yrs. Now that I am retired and my kids are grown, I have the time for doing what I was meant to do that brings much joy to my soul. I saw along the way that my eyes continued to develop even if I wasn’t practicing my art. I defined myself as a drawer, not realizing I could paint till I tried it! I have a deep love for nature and photography.
I discovered that I was an artist, just like mom and grandmother before me, during a course with Lila Lewis Irving at the Haliburton School of the Arts. Since then I have explored watercolour crayons and acrylics and usually combine them to make paintings which illustrate quotations I like. My favourite ice cream is Kawartha Dairy peanut butter chocolate!! I also love to write out what I have learned from living life. I just completed a trilogy exploring the 3 aspects of Soul Misery- personal,
Mixed media visual art, encaustic paintings and magnets.
Upcycled winter wear.
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 colour. I am part of the Tour de Forest Summer Studio tour Civic Holiday weekend and would also be pleased to show you my work at my studio on Wenona Lake (see my website).
Natural Stone Malas and Bracelets by Kim Hird, co-owner of Kreative H'Art Planet with Adrienne Patterson.
I've been doing INTARSIA for about 18 years. I'm self taught and I use, primarily, exotic woods (bloodwood, yellowheart etc). I compare INTARSIA to stained glass but with wood. Pieces of wood are cut (according to grain), shaped and fit together to make pictures of animals, landscapes etc.
I am a fibre artist who loves baskets.I work with natural cotton cord which I dye myself with homemade,all natural,plant-based dyes.I sew the cord into different vessels, from baskets and bowls, to trivets, trays and totes.Beautiful,functional art storage solutions that are perfect for any home or cottage. Custom orders available.
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 also developed a line of helpful pottery gifts for knitters. Her glazes are lead-free and food-safe, and reflect the colours of nature.
Gorgeous watercolours by award winning local Artist Gord Jones.
Emily Kearsley is a painter currently living in Stouffville, Ontario. She is self-taught and uses oil on canvas. She has exhibited in many Canadian Galleries and Art Shows in the Toronto area. Her work is nostalgic and brings the viewer memories and emotions from times gone by.
Luscious goat milk soaps; molded and bars. Simply perfect!
Digital art, all occasion cards and photography.
I studied Fine Arts at Redeemer College and Ceramics at Sheridan College. Now I live in Haliburton, off-grid, with my husband and our dog. I painted abstract oils, but since developing an allergy to the paints, I've been doing abstract digital art and photography. My inspiration comes from how I see and feel an image and what I am experiencing at the moment.
I am an off-grid digital artist.
L & N Beadworks is Louise Outtrim and Nicki Brazier-Hagarty. Traditional beading, bracelets, necklaces, earrings and cuffs for all occasions.
Lyn is a local potter who takes inspiration from nature. She is intrigued by texture and thrown and altered forms.
These handcrafted items are made from locally sourced wood. Trees that provided the raw material were typically destined to become firewood before being turned on a lathe into useful, long-lasting heirlooms. The process involved roughing out the item then letting it sit for upwards of six months until the moisture content was at a manageable level. Only then were the pieces finish turned to reveal the surprises found within. The surface treatment is a combination of beeswax and mineral oil.
Working in stoneware and porcelain to create fun and functional items for both home and garden, Charlene uses the potter’s wheel, slabs and extrusions in her designs.
Huw Morgan is a professional art and event photographer based in southern
Ontario. He has had solo and group exhibitions of his work in Lyndsay and Toronto. Most recently, he had a solo show called City in Motion at Gallery 44 in Toronto. Huw is a graduate of the photography program at Haliburton School of Art and Design.
Jane has been painting and drawing since Iher my early teens. She started out using oils and later moved into acrylics, pastels and pen and ink. She attended Toronto School of Art but is primarily self taught and her subjects include landscapes, abstracts and whimsical images.
John teaches workshops on how to make drums as well as percussion instruments, including found materials such as durable PVC plumbing pipe. He facilitates drumming circles and soundscapes for people of all ages who respond to the call and the dance of the drumbeat. His passion is building traditional world drums including the African Djembe, Taiko drums made from PVC, Ashiko and Frame drums as well as drums and percussion instruments crafted from Hard Shelled Gourds.
One of kind cases and handbags made from hand painted/printed and dyed canvas with leather accents.
Screen printed by hand by the Artist from her original drawings of local wildlife. Tea towels, small zippered bags and pouches.
Beeswax wraps made by Dani Stahle are a green alternative to plastic - and attractive too!
Janet Trull is a retired art and literacy teacher, currently working as an artist and a freelance writer in Haliburton. She paints in fluid acrylics and experiments with mixed media. Interpreting the colours and textures of Haliburton landscapes, she layers her canvases in the rough and random way that nature layers the forests. She believes there is much beauty in chaos.
Scott Michael Walling is a multidisciplinary artist working in numerous mediums; analog & digital photography, printmaking, jewellery, fibre arts, sculpture, painting, mixed media and beyond. Strongly inspired by organic elements, a unifying theme of texture is present throughout his work. Growing up in Peterborough, the Haliburton Highlands are now home.
I find the beautiful land up here inspiring in so many ways. There's hardly anything I see that doesn't look like a potential subject for a painting. Rocks, trees,and wildlife all figure large in my work.
Delicate ink renderings of nature.
Darlene has resided in Mexico, Indonesia and Europe for extended periods of time. Upon returning to Canada and with the opportunity to oil paint, Darlene rediscovered her passion to paint and show her works.
Renée creates unique stoneware and raku pottery. Each of Renée`s pots begins on the potters wheel. When pots are leather hard they are trimmed and meticulously hand carved in patterns that are evocative of dancing leaves. Her intricate surfaces can also be found on mugs and bowls.
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