Made in the Hills
Meticulously applied lines of jet-black ink are a defining feature of the fanciful works of this Orangeville artist.
Cozy crochet blankets, handmade ornaments and lusty lumberjacks are just some of the unique items made by our local artisans this gift giving season.
Belfountain potter Wendy Mitchell-Burke connects with her community and nature through clay.
Check out the gorgeous mosaic trays, bud vases and wearable art made in the hills this autumn.
Mono artist Jo Thomson harnesses the power of sunlight – and the power of her darkroom – to create bright cyanotypes and photograms of local flora.
Start the summer off right with smart soaps, sweet totes and table linens, all made by local artisans in Headwaters.
How professional welder Courtney Chard uses the tricks of her trade to craft intricate, often delicate sculptures.
Rustic wood bowls, an ode to mushrooms and eye-catching tea towels are just some of the handmade crafts to look for this season.
For this weaver, the warp and weft of life is much more than a metaphor.
Locally grown lavender, handmade pottery, leather beer holders and bold brass earrings will make great gifts to give this season.
A landscaper expresses his love of chess by carving oversized limestone and granite sets built to last.
Floral art, kitchen picks and metal art