April Martin: SEW WHAT!
Alterations, Zippers & More
7162 Gelert Road, Haliburton
705-457-8764 | Text/call to book your appt * no drop ins
Artlore: Laurie O’Reilly SCA, BSC
Encaustic; Paintings, Assemblages, Adornments
1513 Eagle Lake Road, West Guilford, ON
705-754-0444 | email@example.com
See website for hours: brushandpen.ca
Biljana WEBB: Whirling Wisdom Art Studio
@ Spiralgate of Art & Wellness
18378 Hwy 118, Tory Hill, ON | 647- 518-5593
www.BiljanaArt.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
Biljana’s inspired visionary paintings have been exhibited internationally, recognized in diverse publications and media. Her other creations include: floor murals; children’s books; collections of Stained Glass Dreamcatchers; Spirit Shields; Hand Drums; Didgeridoos and other spirited manifestations. A certifed lead-artist educator that practises transformational arts, sound healing and ceremony while incorporating sustainable ways at SpiralGate of Art & Wellness. The Studio is open year round with ongoing events.
Carole Finn-OSA, SFCA
Canadian Painter of wild-water, land & animals across Canada
897 Byng Street, Victoria, BC | email@example.com
Online Art Class Schedule at carole nnartist.com
@CaroleFinnArtist Hashtag #artistontheedge
7177 Gelert Road, Box 1334, Haliburton, ON
Debbie/ Grahame Wales: Earth & Fire Pottery
Hand-Crafted, Functional and One-Of-A-Kind Pottery
1234 Crooked House Road, Minden, ON (3 km west of Carnarvon, off Hwy 118)
705-489-3177 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Wales family, Grahame, (aka The Hairy Potter), Debbie and daughter Jenn invite you to visit their studio and gallery where they create functional and one-of-a-kind pottery as well as wall art and clay jewellery. Browse their gallery, watch pottery being made and learn a little about the process. Open most days in the summer and year round by chance or appointment. COVID protocols remain in e ect. | www.earthandfirepottery.ca
Downtown Haliburton Sculpture Exhibit
A joint project of the Haliburton Village BIA and the Haliburton Sculpture Forest
Highland Street, Downtown Haliburton
Jim Blake, Curator | Contact: 705-457-3555
An outdoor exhibition of sculptures of Ontario artists from June through October. The sculptures are installed at sites along Highland Street, the main street of the downtown core of Haliburton Village in Ontario, Canada. Each year we have a new exhibition. The sculptures are for sale. Come wander in Downtown Haliburton. Enjoy the art, the lakeside Head lake Park and the great shops!
Dr. R. A. Benoit: Optometrist
93 Maple Street, Haliburton, ON
Eye Examination • Glasses • Contact Lenses
Dysart et al Cultural Resources Committee
P.O. Box 389, Haliburton, ON
705-457-1740 | email@example.com
The Dysart et al Municipal Cultural Resources Committee oversees implementation of the Municipal Cultural Plan. It is a tool for economic development which focuses on arts, culture and heritage initiatives. The Committee provides input to Council and provides a forum for local arts, culture and heritage organizations to collaborate and support common goals. For information visit www.dysartetal.ca
FROG HOLLOW Integrated Art Experience
Jun. 4-5 • Jul. 2-3 • Aug. 6-7 • Sep. 3-4 • Oct. 1-2
firstname.lastname@example.org | 647-518-5593
Travel to the most inspiring studio destinations to enjoy visual art, sustainable living and partake in integrative holistic presentations, events and experiences!
Full info at: froghollowarttour.com
GREG GILLESPIE-Master Carver: NORTHWIND PADDLE AND WOODCARVING
Interpretive Wildfowl Sculpture, Carved and Painted Decorative Birds and Paddles
705-306-0434 | email@example.com
GWYNNETH HEATON: Maison moose
Landscapes, Abstracts and Animals in Acrylic
1083 Elsie Bay Drive on Horseshoe Lake, just 12 minutes from Minden
705-754-2704 / 416-823-4859 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Gwynneth has exhibited, sold and won awards for her paintings with the Willowdale Group of Artists and the Don Valley Art Club. She paints quickly and intuitively, in uenced by the warmth and colours in the scenes she has photographed all over the world. Her studio, Maison Moose, is open by appointment. Visit her website: www.maisonmoose.ca
HALIBURTON COUNTY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Community Economic Development
Patti Tallman, Executive Director
PO Box 210, 235 Highland St., 2nd Floor, Haliburton, ON
705-457-3555 | email@example.com
The Haliburton County Development Corporation recognizes the importance of the arts as a significant contributor to creating a resilient and vibrant community. HCDC strives to help develop and diversify the local economy by supporting CED activities, job creation through business counselling and Loans to businesses. | www.haliburtoncdc.ca
HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS HEALTH SERVICES FOUNDATION
A Foundation for the Health of the Highlands
Lisa Tompkins, Executive Director
705-457-1580 | firstname.lastname@example.org
7199 Gelert Road, PO Box 1413, Haliburton, ON
A registered Canadian charity supporting hospital and healthcare facilities in Haliburton County for capital projects, equipment, and community support services. | www.hhhs.ca/foundation
HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS MUSEUM
66 Museum Road, Box 389, Haliburton, ON
(Glebe Park, Bayshore Road off Hwy. 118)
705-457-2760 | email@example.com
The Haliburton Highlands Museum o ers visitors a fascinating look into the past through our extensive facilities. Our Main Gallery building is open year-round and features thematic exhibits depicting the history of Haliburton and other areas of the Municipality of Dysart et al. Other attractions include Reid House, a former village home dating from 1882, and our log farmstead, featuring a variety of buildings dating from the 1870’s and relocated to our current site in Glebe Park. Reid House is open spring through fall, while the farmstead is open during the summer months. Please visit our website for further details on our opening hours: www.haliburtonhighlandsmuseum.com
HALIBURTON HIGHLANDS TOURISM INFORMATION
The Haliburton Highlands is a rich region full of arts, culture, food & outdoor adventure. Whether you’re an active family looking to be busy all day or newlyweds looking for a quiet getaway – this is the place for you. With some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world, you’ll want to keep coming back for more. Visit us on social media at:
#MyHaliburtonHighlands or at www.myhaliburtonhighlands.com
HALIBURTON SCULPTURE FOREST
Glebe Park, Village of Haliburton
297 College Drive, Haliburton, ON
705-457-3555 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Come for a walk along forest trails in Glebe Park near the village of Haliburton and see an incredible collection of sculptures. Entrance is free. Donations are welcome. Dogs on a leash are welcome. Free guided tours available July & August. Tues: 10:00-11:30.
For paid guided tours at other times contact www.yoursoudoors.ca
Trails are open every day for walking, (and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in winter). Trail fee for XC skiing. Follow signs to Glebe Park, the Haliburton Highlands Museum or Fleming College Campus. Maps and information are available at the entrance to the Sculpture Forest or on-line at: www.haliburtonsculptureforest.ca
HARVEY WALKER: BOATHOUSE STUDIO
1162 Peterson Road, Minden, ON
905-435-7785 | email@example.com
Harvey Walker’s oil paintings strive to establish a connection with the viewer, moving beyond the visual record, to where one can feel the fog and inhale the dawn. He participates in solo and group shows including the Haliburton fall studio tour and the Tour de Forest. He is a fan of en plein air painting and is often seen roadside, capturing the beauty of the Highlands. Studio open by chance or appointment, with year round painting classes.
HIGHLANDS EAST ANNUAL STUDIO TOUR
August 13-14 and 20-21, 2022
Discover the Artists & Artisans of Highlands East!
705-448-2868 | firstname.lastname@example.org
A quality studio tour of fine arts and crafts amidst the breathtaking scenery and quaint communities of Irondale, Gooderham, Tory Hill, Wilberforce, Harcourt and Highland Grove. Step inside each studio to view the demos and creative works of art inspired by the beautiful lakes and hills of Highlands East. This is the 20th anniversary for the tour. | www.highlandseastartour.com
HIGHLANDS OPERA STUDIO
Professional Opera Training, Community Events, Concerts & Operatic Performances
Valerie Kuinka & Richard Margison, Artistic Directors
Box 1440, Haliburton, ON
Tickets & Administration (Toll-free): 1-855-455-5533
Highlands Opera Studio, operating out of the town of Haliburton, was established in 2007 by internationally acclaimed Canadian tenor, Richard Margison, O.C. and Canadian stage director & professional violist, Valerie Kuinka, as an advanced professional training program for 20-25 emerging professional operatic artists who attend the 5-week professional program FREE OF CHARGE. During July & August, outreach events, and fully-staged operas are presented. Community voice lessons are also available.
Follow HOS on (@HighlandsOpera) & (@HighlandsOperaStudio). For tickets call 1-855-455-5533. For full season calendar, more info, and to purchase tickets online, visit www.highlandsoperastudio.com
HIGHLANDS SUMMER FESTIVAL
Live Theatre and Musical Productions
Box 938, Haliburton, ON | 705-457-9933
Enjoy six weeks of live theatre and concerts this summer right here in the Highlands, featuring: The Sound of Music: July 4, 5, 6, 7, 8*, 10*, 11, 12, 13, 14* | The Importance of Being Earnest: July 18, 19, 20, 21, 22*, 24*, 25, 26 | Lucien, Tales of a New Brunswick Mill Worker: July 27, 28, 29* | Every Brilliant Thing: August 1, 2, 3, 4, 5* | Lesia Way presents Across The Pond, The British Invasion: August 7*, 8, 9, 10, 11 Tickets: $37.50 Youth Tickets $20 available for all matinées. Call 705-457-9933 or order online at www.highlandssummerfestival.on.ca Curtains: Evening Shows 7:30 P.M.; Matinées (*) 2 p.m. Proof of vaccinations and protective masks required. Health Unit Protocols will be followed. Venue: Northern Lights Performing Arts Pavilion in the High School, 5358 County Road 21, Haliburton | www.highlandssummerfestival.on.ca
Haliburton Clothing Co. : Keli Schmidt
Ethical Fashion / Designed and Made in Haliburton
1415 Old Donald Road, Haliburton, ON - 705-809-0868 - email@example.com
The Haliburton Clothing Co. is an ethical fashion atelier set on a peaceful hilltop south of Haliburton Village. Designer Keli Schmidt’s innovative collections for women and men are inspired by the Highlands lifestyle. She loves sharing her creative process with visitors and ensuring you get the perfect fit! Her studio is open most days with hours updated daily on her website; private appointments also available.
Haliburton County Public Library
Branches to Serve You Across Haliburton County
705-457-2241 | 78 Maple Avenue, Haliburton, ON
Service points in Cardi , Dorset, Dysart, Gooderham, Highland Grove, Minden Hills, Stanhope and Wilberforce. Borrow books, audiobooks, DVDs, magazines and more! Free public access Internet and wi . Quality programming and events for all ages. Please visit our website for details.
Haliburton Highlands Arts Centre Foundation
Charitable foundation with a mission to build a world-class arts centre in the Haliburton Highlands. To support a new home for the arts, please visit our website.
705-455-2350 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Haliburton Highlands Land Trust
Haliburton School of Art + Design, FLEMING COLLEGE
297 College Drive (off Industrial Park Road), Haliburton, ON
705-457-1680 or 866-353-6464 ext. 4 | email@example.com
We believe in the makers, artists, designers and dreamers. Discover a place where creativity is explored, challengedand nurtured. Escape to cottage country in the spring or summer and spend a day or a week immersed in creative energy.
• selecting from a huge range of opportunities
• individual attention
• working with instructors who are also practicing studio artists
• free art talks and professional entertainment
• self-guided walkabout tours
• the Haliburton Sculpture Forest - right outside the doors of the campus
• the inspiring landscape of the Haliburton Highlands
Leaders in Art + Design Education We think di erently about art and design education in our full-time program. Accelerated programs are integrated to provide innovative ways for students to experience the connection between art practices; between art and design studies. Certificates, diplomas and graduate studies are all available.
Specialised Art Certificates Artist Blacksmith – Ceramics – Digital Image Design - Drawing and Painting – Fibre Arts – Glassblowing – Jewellery Essentials - Photo Arts.
These certificates are offered as stand-alone programs as well as in conjunction with our Visual and Creative Arts and Integrated Design diplomas. Choose any one art certificate to complete your diploma in just 3 semesters. For more information please see our display ad on the back cover or visit
Highland Wind Studio: Chuck Lewis
Oil Paintings and Sepia and India Ink Drawings
1524 Ursa Road, Gooderham, ON - 647-393-2498 / 705-447-2245
Chuck’s artistry features landscapes in oils and in detailed ink drawings of nature and historic sites in local scenes in the Highlands as well as national and international settings experienced during his extensive foreign travels. His work has been published locally in Artists of Algonquin and Artists of the Highlands and is displayed in private collections in Canada and internationally. Chuck’s studio and gallery, Highland Wind Studio, is open year-round by appointment and enjoyed by chance. Commissions are welcomed.
Holly Hutchison Art
Box 936 Haliburton, ON
647-218-4418 | hollyhutchisonart.ca
Indigodragonfly: KIM AND RON MCBRIEN EVANS & VICTORIA BINGHAM
Hand Dyed Yarn/Knitting Patterns
1946 Kennisis Lake Road, Haliburton, ON | (2 km outside of West Guilford)
705-306-0269 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in a quiet, forested oasis of creativity, we o er our own lines of luxury yarn, hand dyed in one-of-a-kind batches. Innovative patterns, books and other knitting accessories. Private lessons and workshops also available. Join us for our 13th Annual Highlands Fibre Fling on August 13, 2022 – Come for the yarn; stay for the fun! Summer Studio Hours: Mon-Fri 10:30am-4:30pm: appointments can be booked online at www.indigodragonfly.ca or contact us by text, also open by chance depending on current Covid-19 regulations.
JANE SELBIE ART: JANE SELBIE
Mixed Media – Textile
87 Bayshore Road, Haliburton, ON (l.5 km W of Haliburton on Hwy 118, left on Bayshore, then keep to the right at the split to the end)
705-457-3412 | email@example.com
Be prepared to be amazed! Because this unique art is all fabric – reclaimed and retranslated into fine art. JaneSelbie Art celebrates nature in its many forms: stately pines, tumbling water, majestic sunsets and creatures of the North. Jane continues to push the possibilities of colour, light, contrast and layered subtleties, inviting you to join her in that sacred place of the heart. Workshops & Commissions are available. To visit the studio please text, email or phone to arrange an appointment. Open year round.
JANET BRADLEY: Loon Lady Studio
Acrylics and Oils
Janet Bradley is a painter on full alert. While driving around Haliburton County, she nds herself noticing images that present themselves as potential paintings. In the early 90’s, Janet joined a folk art painting class. She soon realized that painting real subjects and landscapes was her passion. Working mostly with oils, she paints landscapes,
animals and birds. She is a member of Harvey Walker’s art group.
JOHN LENNARD STUDIO: JOHN LENNARD, SCA.
Landscapes in Oil
16 St. Germaine Street, Box 64, Minden, ON - 705-286-3037 - firstname.lastname@example.org
John Lennard is a contemporary artist noted for expressive and colourful oil paintings of the Canadian landscape. His work has been exhibited internationally and is represented in numerous collections in Canada and abroad. He is listed in the publications Artists in Canada and A Dictionary of Canadian Artists. He is an elected member of the Society of Canadian Artists. His studio in Minden is open by appointment.
Painter/Mixed Media Artist
KAREN STOSKOPF HARDING SSC
Encaustic Portrait Masks, Sculptures in Bronze,
273 Richmond Street, Richmond Hill, ON
905-883-3075 | 705-457-5365
Kelly Gauthier: F-Stop to Success & Picture Yourself Well
Art & Photo Therapies
60 Main St. East, 2nd Floor, Huntsville, ON
416-712-5689 | email@example.com
I am an RP (Qualifying), Registered Art Therapist, PhotoTherapy Specialist, and Professional Photographer. I currently operate a private practice in Huntsville, Ontario where I o er both Art and Photo Therapies as well as online PhotoTherapy and Therapeutic Photography courses for mental health professionals and new and experienced photographers. Home of www.pictureyourselfwell.com and www.fstoptosuccess.com
Kennisis Lake Cottage Owners’ Association: Art on the Dock 2022
July 16th: 10am – 4pm & July 17th: 10am – 3pm
Please join us to tour Big/Little Kennisis Lakes by boat or by car for our 8th annual “Art on the Dock” studio-type tour featuring KLCOA artists and their guest artists. Exhibitors will be showing (and selling) their fine art and crafts on their docks, decks and in their cottages, lofts and/or garages. From art for your wall to art for your table, you will find artists and artisans working in many media: acrylics, oil, watercolour, photography, soap, jewellery, pottery, wood, sculpture, mixed media, textiles and more – there’s something for everyone! Please visit our website for a copy of our 2022 AOTD brochure and map. KLCOA is proud to contribute to the Arts Council’s Artist in the School & Community programmes.
Original Paintings, Prints & More
519.350.0485 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Visual Artist trained in Oils. Currently working on a Haliburton Wildlife Series in Acrylics. Stylized,Realism. Old Masters Techniques. Enjoy the Colours, Depth & Textures in these marvelous paintings. New Merchandise is available through her website. Prints, on canvas, metal, wood, paper, Tote Bags, Pillow Covers, Puzzles, Porcelain & Metal Ornaments. Home studio by appointment only. www.lyndamoffatt.com
NORTHERN LIGHTS PERFORMING ARTS PAVILION
Tasha Ferguson, Theatre Manager
Box 390, 5358 County Road # 21, Haliburton, ON
705-457-7751 | email@example.com
Air conditioned, 226 seat theatre, fully operational lighting/sound booth with house speaker system, 2 dressing rooms, stage & grand piano.
Nicholas Russell: Haliburton Guitar Studio
Guitarist & Music Educator, O ering Lessons in the Haliburton Highlands Area
83 Maple Avenue, Haliburton, ON
519-994-5421 | firstname.lastname@example.org
nicholasrussell.ca | haliburtonguitarstudio.ca
OLAC GROUP OF SEVEN OUTDOOR EXHIBIT
Oxtongue Lake Community Centre
3971 Highway 60, Oxtongue Lake
Oxtongue Lake for Arts and Culture (OLAC) is a local, non-profit, organization that celebrates and highlights the historic and ongoing connection of art, community and the beautiful environment of Oxtongue Lake. Formed in 2013, OLAC is dedicated to researching and promoting Oxtongue Lake’s connection with famed Canadian painter Tom Thomson and members of the Group of Seven. These artists were greatly inspired by the landscape of Oxtongue Lake and the nearby Oxtongue River. OLAC installed the Group of Seven Outdoor Exhibit at the community centre and helped produce Bob Hilscher’s documentary, Painting the Wilderness of the Oxtongue. OLAC’s ongoing project is to install interpretive placards at vistas painted
by Canada’s legendary painters.
Oxtongue Craft Cabin & Gallery
Canadian Craft and Art Gallery
1073 Fox Point Road, Dwight, ON P0A 1H0
705-635-1602 | email@example.com
Our log cabin gallery offers a stunning selection of fine Canadian craft and original art for your home, cottage and garden. We represent over 100 exceptionally talented Canadian artists and artisans who create exquisite studio jewellery, paintings, pottery, photography, woodworking, glass and metal works. Season 2022 opens May long weekend; we’re open weekends only in spring/fall and daily in summer. See our website for a sneak peek, calendar of events and seasonal hours. Stop by and discover why, after 40 years, the gallery continues to delight guests from around the bend and around the globe.
PARADIGM DESIGNS: SUSAN WATSON ELLIS & TODD JEFFREY ELLIS
Fine Jewellery & Sterling Objects of Art
1018 Cane Lane, Haliburton, ON
(Off Wonderland Road, 8 km west of Haliburton Village)
705-457-3759 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Experience the historical arts of the Goldsmith and Silversmith mastered in this awe inspiring lakeside studio specializing in handmade silver chains, engraved and gem set jewellery and sterling objects of art. Open all year round by chance or appointment.
www.paradigmjewellery.com - www.silversmith.ca
PARKER PAD & PRINTING LTD.: Janis Parker
Design and Printing
153 Mallard Road, Haliburton, ON
1-877-294-7997 | 705-457-2458
We are an environmentally responsible, innovative printing company o ering a full range of creative graphic design, digital & lithographic printing as well as o set and post-press services. With longstanding dedication to quality and client service, we back our customer promise with experienced professionals and state-of-the-art technology. We also o er specialty services to artists: scanning, greeting cards, calendars, large scale posters & canvas prints ~ If you can imagine it, Parker Pad & Printing can produce it. | www.parkerpad.com @parkerpadhaliburton
POTTERY LANE STUDIO AND GALLERY: YAEL NOVAK
Contemporary Clay Objects Lovingly Handmade For Use & Expression
1009 Osprey Road, Haliburton, ON | email@example.com
Studio: 705-457-5378 | Home: 705-457-7664
Sheltered in a forest, Pottery Lane Studio and Gallery sits on the edge of Soyers Lake, welcoming visitors to enjoy the creative, practical and whimsical work of artist Yael Novak. Yael’s wide range of thrown and altered tableware and one-o pieces are designed for domestic use and enjoyment in the rituals of everyday life. Drop in and experience
this unique venue for quality hand crafted contemporary tableware t for collecting, gift giving and self indulgence. At the junction of Osprey Rd. and Cty. Rd. 21, west of the town of Haliburton. Open by appointment or chance May – November.
RAILS END GALLERY & ARTS CENTRE
Public Art Gallery
Head Lake Park, Haliburton Village
23 York Street, Box 912, Haliburton, ON
705-457-2330 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Director and Curator: Laurie Jones Engaging, eclectic, entirely original! Rails End exhibits contemporary art and craft in Haliburton’s vintage 1878 rail station. The Gallery Shop overlooking Head Lake Park showcases original craft and visual art by regional artists and a curated online shop to browse anytime, anywhere. Outdoor art demos are offered in the summer and on YouTube/Rails End Gallery. Rails End is home to Haliburton Art and Craft Festival 2022: July 22, 23, 24. A registered Canadian Charity devoted to bringing art to life in Haliburton. Family friendly. Accessible. Air conditioned. Free admission. | www.railsendgallery.com
64 Eastern Avenue, Haliburton, ON
705-457-8814 | email@example.com
Ron has been a beekeeper all his life and teaches workshops at the Haliburton Museum. He crafts his beeswax candles by hand using decorative molds in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are available, together with locally produced honey, at the area’s farmers’ markets where Ron is happy to chat about all things related to bees.
Painting: Acrylic, Mixed Media and Oil
1009 Camp White Pine Court, Haliburton, ON
705-457-9960 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Rose Pearson earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from York University, majoring in painting and drawing. She went on to receive her Education Degree and has over 25 years of experience teaching art in the public school system, privately from her studio and for Fleming College. Locally you can see her work at the Ethel Curry Gallery or by chance or appointment at her studio.
Rural Rogues Productions
Presenting Original Theatre Inspired by the History, Landscape and Culture of Haliburton County.
Contact us for details of upcoming performances and workshops:
705-739-4753 | email@example.com
Ruth E. Walker: Writescape
Writer, Poet, Editor & Creative Writing Instructor
705-286-0252 | www.writescape.ca
905-728-7823 | firstname.lastname@example.org
An award-winning writer, poet, editor and creative writing instructor, Ruth is a popular writing workshop and retreat facilitator. She co-founded LICHEN literary journal; has been an artist in residence for the Durham School Board; and co-owns Writescape, o ering programs for writers at all levels. Her novel Living Underground is in second printing. She divides her time between her Highlands cottage on Drag River and Oshawa. Her literary CV is available at www.ruthewalker.ca
STONE GARDEN POTTERY: SHARON LYNCH
64 Eastern Ave., Haliburton Village, ON (end of Highland St.)
705-457-8814 | email@example.com
Nature in all its colourful glory is re ected in this creatively di erent pottery. The everyday and the fanciful, from mugs and bowls to garden accessories, are painted with an artist’s brush strokes. Fish, birds, trees, flowers and landscapes adorn functional pieces while the more magical wait to grace your garden. See her work at the local farmers’ markets in Minden and Haliburton or visit her studio in its garden setting. Open by chance or appointment, it’s easy to find and a pleasure to visit.
STUDIO ROSE: SYLVIA & WAYNE ROSE
Raku, Pottery and Sculpture
2254 Duck Lake Road, Minden, Ontario
(1 km south of Blairhampton Road)
705-286-3383 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and see exciting demonstrations of the centuries-old Raku process. As well as stunning decorative pieces, there is also a wide selection of functional stoneware for everyday use. Select a charming sculpture for your home in metal or clay: a whimsical dragon, a realistic loon, a Haliburton tree or an eye-catching wall piece. As always look for the red dragon mailbox to signal our location. Open by chance or appointment. www.studiorosepottery.com
Redstone Lake, Haliburton
705-754-4435 | email@example.com
Fibre Art in a kaleidoscope of brilliant colour.
Unique nuno felt & silk accessories: oral pins, jewellery, bags, scarves and wraps. Wool, silk and linen, naturally hand dyed, painted and printed, creatively embellished with hand stitch, beads, buttons and found objects. Home studio by appointment only.
Unique Acrylic Landscapes of Haliburton
1128 Argillite Road on Wenona Lake - 705-457-9239
Susan’s favourite subjects for her acrylic paintings are the beautiful scenes of the Haliburton area. Uniquely textured acrylic Haliburton landscapes sparkle with vitality. Studio open by appointment. www.susanhay.ca firstname.lastname@example.org
THE ETHEL CURRY GALLERY
Wayne Hooks | 705-457-9687 | 94 Maple Ave, Haliburton, ON | email@example.com
A privately owned gallery featuring over 90 Canadian artists. For 26 years we have represented artists inspired by the wonders of the Haliburton Highlands through painting, pottery, textiles woodworking and much more. Named after the renowned Haliburton painter Ethel Curry, our gallery strives to continue Ethel’s legacy of supporting young and emerging artists, as well as displaying works from some of Canada’s nest painters,
sculptors and crafts people. Everything in the gallery is “Made in Canada”.
www.theethelcurrygallery.com | @ethelcurrygallery
The Studio Tour – Haliburton Highlands
October 1 & 2 and 8 & 9, 2022
From 10am – 5pm each day
We invite you to join us for our 35th annual studio tour. The artists and craftspeople of The Studio Tour in the Haliburton Highlands open their doors for the rst two weekends of October. Wander through 26 studios meeting over 40 returning and new artists, seeing demonstrations, and buying directly from the creators of quality, juried art while enjoying the fall beauty of the Highlands. A beautiful array of traditional and contemporary works in pottery, stained glass, blown glass, painting, fabric, mosaic, quilting, fine jewelry, woodworking, photography and more can be found as you travel through Haliburton County on this self-guided tour. Plan your route by picking up our full-colour brochure with map and driving directions or by visiting our website: www.theStudioTour.ca
Experience Brokers – Barrie Martin, Emily Stonehouse
1095 Redkenn Rd, Haliburton
705-457-0459 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Yours Outdoors o ers unique experiences that explore the art, history, ecology, fine folk, food and hospitality of the Haliburton Highlands. Single and multi day adventures are available throughout the year, such as Pedal Your Arts, Gone to Pot: Adventures in Clay, Some Like it Hot: Glassblowing, Munch Music , Glass Fusion, Wild Edibles, and
Tastes of Haliburton. For more information contact Barrie, Emily or visit www.yoursoutdoors.ca