Signe Ball is publisher/editor of In The Hills.
Diana’s work can be seen this fall at the annual open studio at Silver Creek Farm in Caledon, as well at the Headwaters Arts Festival Show & Sale.
It has been well over a decade since the federal government promised to make broadband Internet available to all Canadians.
His body of work includes many water colours from 30 years of autumn painting expeditions to Nova Scotia.
Local food represents nothing short of a “global wave” of a social movement
Her show La Campagnola – the country girl presents paintings and sketches inspired by the rolling hills of both Umbria and her long-time home in Mulmur Township.
“… everybody get together, try to love one another, right now.”
Kate uses a process to hand paint photographs that focus almost exclusively on nature
The Headwaters Arts Festival Show ~ A preview of this year’s show September 20 to October 6
“I knew him more from his Countryside Digest writings,” he wrote, “and they demonstrated his love of history, human nature, humour, and attention to detail.”
Andrea is particularly inspired by “how we attempt to master our environment via language, laying human-scale boundaries over cosmic-scale concepts and realities.”
If for some crazy reason, you have not been to a performance at Theatre Orangeville, or not explored the rich local history at the museum, you’re missing out on two of our most exceptional local treasures!
The disappearing landscape has become a recurring theme, painted in oil or acrylic on canvas which is a return to the roots of her painting.
Our first issue featured a story about two new cultural institutions, Dufferin County Museum and Archives and Theatre Orangeville.
Ellen travels with a camera as her constant companion, a tool that more readily allows her to record the subtleties of horses’ actions and interactions.
I’ve been consciously writing about a world in decline all my life. I feel as a writer I have been charged with the safekeeping of all these examples of farmer thinking.
This is the issue in which we pay tribute to our Local Heroes, some of the extraordinary people whose commitment to community make life better for all of us here in the hills.
Jim crafts his pieces from fallen branches and other found wood, including remnants of docks, flooring and window frames.
Learn about the four historic buildings at the corner of Main and Wellington in Brampton’s old downtown.