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We'd love to meet you! Every Fri. & Sat. 12 – 5 p.m., all our studios are open to the public. Some, like the glass studio are open every day. Others, extra hours are by chance or appointment. But any which way you decide to visit, you won't be disappointed. From fine art cards to grand works of art, it’s all here in our studios! Art that speaks to your heart: oil, acrylic & watercolour painting, glass blowing, portraiture, stone sculpture, bronze sculpture, jewelry, pottery, stained glass, quilting, graphic design, illustration, photography, body casting, & couturier.


Sunday, March 27, 2011

Williams Mill Spring Into Art Show Opens

Visit the Williams Mill Gallery to 'Spring into Art'. Watercolour painting, “Dance of Spring on The Credit River”  by Marlene Madole, CSPWC.                                                                                                                                                                 

Good news! Although snow may still be on the ground from the big storm last week, a sure sign of spring is here in the Williams Mill Gallery. Our annual   "Spring Into Art" exhibition begins March 30, 2011 and continues until April 24th. . This show will feature fresh new art work from many of our artists: paintings, ceramics, sculpture and jewelry. 

Organized by fabric artist/jeweller Christine Ford and watercolour painter Marlene Madole, CSPWC, this spring’s gallery show features work from 13 individual artists, working in a variety of media, including: Ford, Madole, Jo Walterson (oil paintings), Candace Slack (oil paintings), Margaret Peter (acrylic paintings), Sandra Krosse (artistic couturière), Karen Reczuch (coloured pencil drawings), Simon Fraser MacDonald (watercolours), Gord Stuart (watercolours), and Harry Milanowski (watercolours), Carol-Ann Michaelson (ceramic arts/pottery), Zsuzsa Monostory (ceramic arts/pottery), and Carolyn Filter (pottery). 

Meet the artists at the opening Saturday, April 2nd 1- 4 p.m. The Williams Mill artist studios are also open on Saturdays 12 - 5 p.m.

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