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Many of our artists do commissioned or custom pieces.
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Photographer selling beautiful framed photographs. Maryann's talented eye has the ability to see the art in everyday things.
Joanne Chamberlain's art is as practical as it is pretty. With Bottle Openers with Baskets, or a Sign & Basket for those lonely socks you find in your dryer, Joanne's art is the perfect addition to any house.
Bob & Janet Clifford bring wood & wine together in a trendy and original way. From wine caddies that hold a bottle and up to 4 glasses, to rustic wine carriers that give an extra "oomph" to the next bottle you bring to a friend, you'll find the right gift for the wine lover in your life within their collection.
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Nobody Loves her dogs more than Marcie. See her crafty tributes to our four-legged friends with her totes, treat jars, bows, and humorous T-shirts
William Murray loves creating with wood. He grew up on a vineyard in Grimsby.
"My Dad was " The whirligig guy" after he retired and he inspired me to create cool things in wood. I love to work with exotic woods and domestic woods as well."
Since everything William makes is handmade each item is unique and he takes great pride in the quality of his work.
You may see William around at the Rustic Garage. He loves to come by to check in and meet with shoppers!
Lucy makes Glassware items, Garden Decor, and for christmas she has created glassware angels that can be indoor or outdoor. She has also created knitted Christmas Stockings, mitss, and more.
Her husband, Charlie, repurposes wooden items and hsa brought in everything from wooden shelves to crutches! He also brings us many of our antiques including antique cameras and pictures (like a 1944 Lipton Tea map of Canada from the war!)
Sharon first thought about creating charcuterie boards back in the spring of 2019 when she bought one as a gift for a friend.
After extensive research, she feels as though she's truly perfected the craft.
Sharon's boards don't use epoxy, which can make people ill.
She works closely with the local Mennonite community to source pre-cut boards, and then sands them down.
She then applies mineral oil to the live-edge boards, as well as a coat of beeswax. Walnut, Black Walnut, Maple, Oak, even Cherry - she's surely got a board that's right for you!
Sharon has found a hobby she loves, and she's excited to share it with you!