Victoria County Studio Tour – Sept. 28-29 & Oct. 5-6

This year’s Victoria County Studio Tour is approaching fast.  Once again I will be participating as a guest artist at Janet Tysiak’s studio with Janice Addison.  We had a lovely time last year and I met so many different people.  The studio Tour is all over the Kawartha Lakes, and Janet’s studio is in Fenelon Falls.

We will be at:

35 Lagoon Drive
Fenelon Falls, Ontario

CR 121; Francis St. E (CR 22) for 2 km; Right on Lagoon

I’ve got some new works this year, and four new greeting card designs.

Victoria County Studio Tour

Victoria County Studio TourI’m pleased to be taking part in the 2019 Victoria County Studio Tour again this year. It takes place the two weekends of September 28-29, and October 5-6.  I am a guest artist at Janet Tysiak’s studio at 35 Lagoon Drive, Fenelon Falls.

I had a wonderful time last year meeting lots of people and I hope to welcome you again this year.  Janet sells stained glass and jewellery and Janice Addison is a painter, so there is lots of variety at the location to choose from.

Hopefully we will see you there!

Victoria County Studio Tour

I’m excited to be part of this year’s tour in Victoria County.  We aren’t a county any longer and it isn’t really called that, but it’s a tradition.  I’m at the studio of Janet Tysiak in Fenelon Falls and I’m a guest artist along with Janice Addison.  Janet is a stained glass artist, and Janice is a watercolour painter.  I’m keeping busy making lots of my usual bear mugs, as well as a lot of new pieces.  I’ll post some images when I’ve done a few firings.  Check out the studio tour’s website and all of the 33 artists that are taking place this year.   (and with my other job as web and graphic designer, I designed the brochure)

Sale at Marshland Centre, Lakefield May 5 & 6

I’ll have my work at the Marshland Centre at 64 Hague Blvd in Lakefield on May 5 & 6.  I’ve made lots of new pieces, which I’m pleased with.  Take a drive as the weather is finally getting better!  There are lots of different artisans, including wood turners, gourders, weavers, sewers as well as a number of potters.