Pat Gibson
“The Sun Came Out”
Oil on mylar on board
16×20 in
For sale $ 500.

Don Campbell
12″ X 12″ unframed
Description: Shot through the window in the family room and blown up out of proportion

Linda Dineen
“Blossoms to Blooms”
22″ X 14″
Description: Depth of image and colour are developed by layering hand-painted silk organza over a similarly painted piece of Habotai silk. Suspended from pins, both layers float freely mimicking movement created by a gentle breeze.
Artist Statement: The promise of the predictability of spring, blooms, and colour is a welcome counterbalance to the unprecedented current reality of daily life.

Lynda Williams
“Cranberry Island Retreat”
Framed fibre art 17×23”
Material: fabric confetti, fibres, fabric, machine embroidery, hand embroidery
Based on a photo taken by Rob Williams while kayaking near Oliphant, Ont. of an abandoned cottage on Cranberry Island

Deb Campbell
“Port Dover Ice”
16″ x 20″
Acrylic on canvas

Rosemary Lewis
Stoneware with coloured slip, underglaze,
and glaze

Gerie Noordam
“The Colour Purple”
Fibre Art

Yvonne Jeavons
“Queen Ann’s Lace”
“I never get tired of imprinting this wildflower into clay.
Using the black stain highlights the incredible detail of this flower.“
Material: Pottery-Hand built square plate, using Speckled Clay

Keith Lewis
Platter with tall foot
Dimensions: 18”x6”
Not food safe

Vonnie Snyder
“Feeding Time for Koi”
16″ x 20″

Betty Bartram
Hand built clay sculpture.

Linda Ridley
“Hooty” the Covid-19 Owl
17″ X 20″

Lorraine Stevens
“Flower Power”
63″ x 84″
This quilt was made for the Guild’s Great Sneeze Challenge. All the flowers and backgrounds were chosen from the colours on the Kleenex box. The pattern is one I had seen in a Missouri Star magazine and the idea of the leaves and setting were taken from Pinterest.
Techinique – machine applique – free motion quilted by myself

Sue Rayner
Raku jug
5 1/2 ” tall, 3″ at the widest point

Taryn Jarvis
“During the pandemic I’ve been sewing a wide variety of face masks.
Double layer, washable and reusable”.
$7.00 each
Instagram @ByMeAndHarpua

Kathy Dolan
“Come Hither”
16″ x 20″
Soft pastel on sanded paper

Annette Martin
Kashe Lake #2
24″ x 18″
Mixed Media

Carolyn Stasuik
“3 Hearts Pottery Mug”
Each heart represents one of my children.
Made at the ICAC after taking Sydney’s beginner pottery course.

Christine Thammavongsa
30″ x 24″
Mixed Media

Susanne Wilson
“Gone Fishing”
For several years my husband, Rick, has been asking for a quilt. Since he is an ardent fisherman I thought this was fitting quilt for his June birthday. My quilt is made from 100% cotton batik and machine quilted. I used a Babylock Coronet for the Disappearing Hourglass blocks & my domestic machine for the borders. The embroidery on the back is from a Julie Hall Design CD called “Gone Fishing”.

Donna Vamos
Title: Love is Like a Magic Penny
Size: 12″ x 12″
Technique: Faux Bargello Piecing with Free Motion Appliqué and Quilting by machine
This piece was made in 2018 for the Square Foot Challenge show in St. Mary’s.
It has been on our front door for more than a month as part of the “Hearts in the Window” Group on Facebook during this uncertain time. The challenge was to depict “Something big in a small space”.
My piece represents Love and how easily it can grow, with the inspiration coming from one of our kids’ favourite Sunday School songs.
Here is the chorus:
Love is like a Magic Penny
Hold it tight; you won’t have any
Lend it; spend it; you’ll have so many,
They’ll roll all over the floor!

Ann Duwyn
“Memories of Holland”
11″ x 14″ canvas in black wooden frame
Acrylic paints, gesso, thickening gels

Lorna Bruggeman
Water Lily
Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg
Lorna Bruggeman
Oil on Canvas

Linda Yeoman
12” x 24” on 2” wood panel
Up-cycle Cityscape made from packaging, bags, wine seals.

Irma Makariunaite
48″ x 48″
Mixed media collage with acrylic, photographic transfer of old family letters and hand-painted acid-free tissue paper.

Bruce Hartley
Floating Garden, Osaka Japan
Metal Print Ready to Hang
12″ X 8″

Ruth Hartley
“Iris Vase”
Thrown porcelain vase with applied iris and carved edges.
10 cm X 20 cm / 4″ X 8″

Jeff Lounsbury
“The Dawn Herald”
Ceramic with acrylics on Plywood.
27″ x 25″

Pat Palmer
9” square and is needle punched

Marg Douglas
Spring Tulips