Sarah Dionne


Sarah Dionne

Fused Glass

Since 2008, I have used a kiln to explore the beauty of glass. I cut, shape, and arrange the art glass from large sheets and uses the intense heat of the kiln to fuse the pieces together and to give the glass a new shape. Creating glass pieces with a kiln is a challenging combination of creativity and technical knowledge that, when done correctly, produces unique forms that will last a lifetime and beyond. I create functional pieces, like bowls, plates, vases, and serving platters. I also create many decorative items, both for the home and to wear. These items include sculpture, wall hangings, clocks, coasters, bottle stoppers, and jewelry pieces such as pendants, necklaces, earrings, bracelets, rings, and hair clips. I also offer classes and workshops out of my home Studio in Quinte West, ON.

Gerdine van Woudenberg


JAG Woodworking


Using a chainsaw and jaw-dropping skill, Gerdine reveals sculptures living inside felled trees.

Angela Bourbonnais


Charleston Lake Retreat

Vegan Skincare

Angela has been creating soap and herbal skincare products for over 20yrs. Her emphasis is on home-grown and wild-foraged herbal infusions as well as quality, locally-sourced ingredients. All products are vegan, free from harmful toxins and packaged in zero or low-waste materials.

Valerie Thomas


My Spiral Journey


Valerie Thomas is a silversmith who creates jewelry with her hands and her heart. Each piece is handmade, using sterling silver, brass, or copper. These creations are truly one-of-a-kind. Everything is GUARANTEED nickel-free.
Everyone's journey in life is unique. Like your journey in life, each spiral created by Spiral Journey is unique. Spiral Journey jewelry begins life as a flat sheet of metal or as a piece of metal wire. Each piece is handmade using sterling silver, brass, or copper.
Valerie has been silversmithing and selling jewelry since 1999 as a passionate hobby. The name Spiral Journey came to her three times during meditation, and in January 2012 it became her brand.

Stephanie Clark


Thunderbird Prints


I have made everything simple and easy to frame however you choose.  My wish is to inspire and add beauty and positivity to everyone's home! Most images are available in two sizes. Small (5x7" image size, 8x10" with mat) and also Large (8x10" image size, 11x14" with mat).

Muriel Duval


Muriel Duval Lampwork

Lampwork Artist

Flameworked glass beads artist, creator of jewelry with glass.

Jan & Laurie Goedhuis


Turning Trees

Aromatherapy pendants

Turning Trees is a small home based business located in the country outside of Perth, Ontario, Canada.

My wife Laurie and I (Jon) are the creators, producers, assemblers and shippers. We have four beautiful daughters and five amazing grandchildren which occupies a large amount of our time.

I have been turning wood for approximately 15 years in my work shop on our property. We have access to over 100 acres of wooded land from which we cut both firewood, and wood that I use to turn on my wood lathe.

Our pendants are created from wood, here on the property. Exotic woods are purchased from a local wood supplier, KJP Select Hardwood in Ottawa, Ontario.  Acrylic blanks are purchased from a supplier, William Wood-Write Ltd in Guelph Ontario.  We source our hardware from William Wood-Write as well.

We only use the best quality hardware on the market and will not compromise with a cheaper version due to supplier’s availability. 

Margot Miller


Summerhouse Studio


The studio features hand-painted and silk-screened clothing in linen and cottons, as well as painted furniture and floor-cloths. This picturesque studio is nestled in the historic village of Rockport. The flora and fauna that landscapes the St. Lawrence River, is often the source for design inspiration. Summerhouse offers workshops and custom design work.

Grace Tran



Metalsmith & Pottery

I am a metalsmith/silversmith creating wearable art using Stirling Silver, Copper, Brass and stones handcrafted by me. I also create functional pieces of clothing under my line "Gnome Gear" an assortment of funky one of a kind hats and scarves, made with wool, cotton, recycled silk sari yarns and often copper, brass, bronze and wood. I also enjoy combining my pottery pieces with metals and other materials like wood and fibre.

Carol Mitchell


Shards of Time

Stained Glass

Jill Montgomery


Snippets of Memories


Carol Badenoch



Carol Badenoch was raised in Gananoque. She now has a pottery studio in her home in Ottawa. Carol’s dramatic use of colour adds a touch of fun to the functionality and durability of her work. Bake in it, serve from it, and clean it in the dishwasher. All glazes are lead-free and food-safe.

Deborah Varley


Lime Shack Designs


Dawne Fiegen


Wiltse Creek