Signe Ball is publisher/editor of In The Hills.
Her interest in design and communications has led her on a career involving promotion, public relations and marketing.
When you look at the finished piece, it’s hard to imagine that it was once a fiery, molten liquid.
The provincial government has instructed our local municipalities to prepare for a massive population boom, but the influx could well be stalled by the “peak oil” scenario.
Ron Pitts is a two-time Emmy Award winning director, animator, and wildlife photographer.
As David Nairn launches his tenth season as artistic director of Theatre Orangeville, he reflects on the changes the years have wrought.
Many of the landowners were keen to do the right thing by the environment, and just wanted some advice and co-operation in the process.
My paintings remind me of the thinness of time and the passing of the seasons.
When I moved to Caledon from Toronto in 1974, feeling all starry-eyed and back-to-the-landish, as befitted the mood of the times, the population of the newly minted “town” was just shy of 20,000. Although already well in transition, the character of the community was still very much a reflection of its historic agricultural roots. Our…
The painting sites I choose are places I have revisited since childhood, and so they are also saturated with personal memory.
Working in oils for twenty-five years, Peter Adams has developed his own distinctive and expressive style.
The north wind doth blow, and all we really know, for sure, is that it will be cold and dark.
If there is one elemental resource we can count on in this region, it is rocks. Our practical forebears cleared them laboriously from the land, by hand and with horse power, and used them to build their homes, fences and barn foundations. Now, as the old barns crumble and former farmlands are “gentrified,” those rocks…
However, because it’s spring, there is one thing you can count on – and that is plenty of garden talk.
My style has evolved over the years and is reminiscent of the colours of the Mediterranean. I enjoy the combination of function and fun!
In Amy Stewart’s Caledon garden, the soul of garden and gardener are one.
Art and gardening inspire each other to superlative effect in the botanical pursuits of two local artists.
Each year, Monday Night Movies presents about a dozen films on one or two Monday nights a month from September to May.
His Jersey cows have provided Art Bracken with a good life. And as the community changes around him, the daily routines on his Caledon farm remain the same.