Our Artisans

Tina & John Keeley

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Cardinal 21 Designs
Upcycled, Repurposed & Custom Furniture & Unique Decor

JoAnn Chamberlain

Pillows, Bears, & Stone Art

Rudi Atkinson

Pottery & Mineral Stone Jewelery

Marcie Walters-Turcotte

Welcome Mats, Pet Bags, Pet Treat Jars

Bill Murray

 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!

Mary Lyn Csordas

Pet Beds, Pottery People, Pottery Pets, Driftwood Jars

Sue DeCoopman

Shutter Signs, Crate Stands, Rustic Furniture, & Wall Coat Hangers

Ron Johnson

Oil on Canvas Artist - Various Subject Matter

Alison Cooper

Artist - Oil on Canvas using Palette Knife (Trees / Flowers / Use of Strong Colour)

Meet The Artisans

Debbie Brady

Owner of The Rustic Garage 

Refinisher of Furniture

Diane Meade

Rustic Signs, Bottle & Jar Décor, Ornaments, Woodworking Items, Quilting

Ann-Marie Slegers

Ann-Marie Slegers has been creative from a very early age. In fact, creativity was thoroughly encouraged by her mother. 

Ann-Marie, a retired Federal Government employee, is self taught at stone/pebble art, macramé, refinishing furniture, sewing drapery, thumbtack art, patchwork and machine embroidery. 

Ruth Fredette

Jewelry, Macramé, Produce Bags, Knit-hats & Scarves, Crocheted items, paper-bead jewelry

Ruth Sandham

Angel Jewelry

Sharon Halladay

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Knits & Knacks by Sharon 
Knitted Sweaters, Baby wear, High End Wool

Dawn Pierson

Bill Stephens

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Bill Stephens Watercolours
Watercolour Artist

Frank & Mary Polyak

Tobacco Slat Creations

Tracy Goris

Tracy Goris lives in the country with her husband and three children. 

Living in the country, they've had a hard time finding Christmas Decorations that stand up to the winds - so she began making her own. 

With over 20,000 Christmas lights on their property, Tracy needed wind-resistant decor to add to her display. Her yard displays are made of 1/2 plywood, double coated on both sides with a high end exterior, latex paint, with a primer built in. The front sides are given an extra UV protective clear coat to ensure they last as long as possible! 

Tracy has a whole portfolio of projects available to order from, just ask to see it at The Rustic Garage. Don’t see what you're looking for? Just ask, you never know what she can come up with!

Emily Vincent

Drink Mixes by Emily 

Emily makes hand-crafted specialty drink mixes! She started making hot chocolate mixes as a hobby around Christmas time to give to friends and family. Now she creates a variety of hot chocolate flavours, but is working on more drinks that can be enjoyed year round! 

Lucy & Charlie Gates

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!) 

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Denise Altenburg

Poured Art Paintings

Bill Lowe

Wooden bird houses (with a front door décor, asphalt shingles and removable bottoms for easy cleaning!)

Rita Beagle

Crochet Artist - creating incredibly delicate table cloths, doilies and more. 

Linda Hawken

Linda has taken advantage of retirement to take some of the art and craft forms she has used in the past to the next level. She mainly dabbles in acrylics (particularly pours) as well as some other crafts. 

Her subject matter is very eclectic, so Linda welcomes any inquiries about commissioned work (Contact Debbie at the Rustic Garage for details!) 

Sharon Beaulieu

 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!

Future Crafter

Would you like to be featured? Reach out to Debbie at 519-983-2251 for more information!

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